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Announcement: A New Illustrated Database for Women Artists Spans the 15th to 19th Centuries

From the announcement: A Space of Their Own aims to compile the most comprehensive resource to date for information on female artists active in the United States and Europe during this time… Begun in 2017 and expected to launch by the fall of 2019, A Space of Their Own is the brainchild of the late…

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Announcement: #s143 @ MLA 19 – Screen/Post-Screen DH

From the announcement: The following #MLA19 session will take place on January 3, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Grand Suite 5 from 7-8:15 pm. Screen/Post-Screen Digital Humanities The screen shapes our concept of the digital, and further, the contemporary communication of graphical information. Figures like Johanna Drucker mobilize this fact toward charting fluid formations in…

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Announcement: Scan Books into Zotero from Your iPhone or iPad

From the announcement: Zotero makes it easy to collect research materials with a single click as you browse the web, but what do you do when you want to add a real, physical book to your Zotero library? If you have an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12, you can now save a book to…

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Announcement: CUNY Team Launches Open Digital Platform for Learning and Collaboration

From the announcement: The Commons In A Box team, based at The Graduate Center, CUNY (GC), has partnered with the OpenLab at New York City College of Technology, CUNY (City Tech) to create Commons In A Box OpenLab (CBOX OpenLab), a free software platform for teaching, learning, and collaboration. Today’s public release of CBOX OpenLab is the culmination of a two-year project, Learning in…

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Announcement: Digital Pedagogy Lab Toronto

From the announcement: On October 15, 2018, Digital Pedagogy Lab opened registration for a new event in 2019: Digital Pedagogy Lab Toronto. The Lab in Toronto will take place March 18-20, and will feature six courses, brand new workshops, great food, and a uniquely intimate environment that will feature smaller cohorts, cozier spaces, and close…

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Announcement: Zotero Comes to Google Docs

From the announcement: We’re excited to announce the availability of Zotero integration with Google Docs, joining Zotero’s existing support for Microsoft Word and LibreOffice. The same powerful functionality that Zotero has long offered for traditional word processors is now available for Google Docs. You can quickly search for items in your Zotero library, add page… Read more »

Announcement: Re-Imaginary History, Release 1.0

From the announcement: We’re pleased to announce the next step in our ongoing project to remix the “Imagining History” project that launched at Queen’s University, Belfast in 2003. You can read our previous posts on this topic here: sites.dartmouth.edu/RemixBrut/tag/reimagine-history/ Today, we are posting here a clean spreadsheet with links to all the functional manuscript descriptions… Read more »

Announcement: Re-Imaginary History, Release 1.0

From the announcement: We’re pleased to announce the next step in our ongoing project to remix the “Imagining History” project that launched at Queen’s University, Belfast in 2003. You can read our previous posts on this topic here: sites.dartmouth.edu/RemixBrut/tag/reimagine-history/ Today, we are posting here a clean spreadsheet with links to all the functional manuscript descriptions… Read more »

Announcement: Wikipedia Leads Effort to Create a Digital Archive of 20 Million Artifacts Lost in the Brazilian Museum Fire

From the announcement: The staggering loss of a possible 20 million artifacts in the fire that consumed Brazil’s Museu Nacional in Rio boggles the mind—dinosaur fossils, the oldest human remains found in the country, and, as Emily Dreyfuss reports at Wired, “audio recordings and documents of indigenous languages. Many of those languages, already extinct, may…

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Announcement: ReSounding the Archives has launched!

From the announcement: This interdisciplinary project bridges digital humanities, history, and music by bringing historic sheet music back to life through digitization of sheet music, performance of each piece, and student research about each piece. The website makes all of these resources freely available for use by students, teachers, researchers, and public audiences under a…

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