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Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase

Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase

Come hear what the Digital Scholarship Graduate Fellows have been working on this year. Featuring brief presentations by members of the 2019-2020 cohort and other graduate students working on digital scholarship projects. They'll discuss how they're using digital methods in their own research and demonstrate tools for digital research and teaching.

Presentations include:

  • Python Magic: Natural Language Processing with Ancient Greek by R.J. Barnes
  • Woodlands Cemetery StoryMap Js by Katie Breyer
  • Programming Python for Ancient Greek: Text Mining in the Mythodikos Project by Stella Fritzell
  • Mapping Epinikean Networks Digitally by Molly Kuchler
  • An Overview of Corpus Analysis with Antconc by Devin Lawson
  • The Archaeologist’s Toolkit: Google Earth, FileMaker, and Photoshop by Andrea Samz-Pustol

The grad fellows will also discuss their upcoming workshop series and several ongoing communities of learning.

Date:
February 17, 2020
Time:
4:30pm - 6:00pm
Location:
Old Library 224
Campus:
Library & Information Technology Services
Categories:
  Digital Competencies     Digital Pedagogy     Digital Scholarship  

Event Organizer

Alice McGrath