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Resource: salty – Turn Clean Data into Messy Data

From the resource: When teaching students how to clean data, it helps to have data that isn’t too clean already. salty is a new package that offers functions for “salting” clean data with problems often found in datasets in the wild, such as: pseudo-OCR errors inconsistent capitalization and spelling unpredictable punctuation in numeric fields missing…

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Resource: Google Dataset Search

About the resource: Similar to how Google Scholar works, Dataset Search lets you find datasets wherever they’re hosted, whether it’s a publisher’s site, a digital library, or an author’s personal web page. To create Dataset search, we developed guidelines for dataset providers to describe their data in a way that Google (and other search engines)…

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Resource: Rapid Response Research

From the resource: Rapid Response Research (RRR) projects are quickly deployed scholarly interventions in pressing political, social, and cultural crises. Together, teams of researchers, technologists, librarians, faculty, and students can pool their existing skills and knowledges to make swift and thoughtful contributions through digital scholarship in these times of crisis. The temporality of a rapid…

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Resource: Getting Ready for Teaching this Fall

From the resource: I just got back from Digital Pedagogy Lab, a week full of people sharing resources that can be implemented in our classes, if we start thinking about it [looks at calendar – weeps] now. But in order of ease, here are some things to get you started thinking about your teaching in…

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Resource: Memorandum of Understanding Collection

From the resource: The Digital Humanities Liaison (Rafia Mirza), Director of Scholarly Communication (Brett Currier), and The Research Data Librarian (Peace Ossom Williamson) have developed a workbook for the use of Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) in Libraries. We have developed a MOU template to apply to large scale collaborative projects. We have found that this…

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Resource: SSRC Labs – Doing Digital Scholarship

From the resource: The Digital Culture Program has been working in collaboration with various partners in the digital humanities, libraries, and computational social sciences to create packages of self-directed training modules and resources. These resources will be aggregated and hosted as SSRC Labs. Today, the first series of modules, Doing Digital Scholarship (DoingDS), goes live….

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Resource: DH Course Registry Metadatathon

About the resource: The DH Course Registry Metadatathon was a part of the DARIAH Annual Event 2018 held in Paris, France on Thursday, May 24, 2018. Participants in the Metadatathon learned about the benefits, functionalities and QA procedures of the Course Registry…The workshop was targeted towards researchers and lecturers who teach courses in DH or related fields, as well as towards…

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Resource: Resources Shared During #DH2018 via Twitter

From the resource: Below is a list of resources, tools, slides, presentation aids, and articles shared during the course of DH2018 on Twitter. If you see anything missing you would like added, please tweet @ADHOrg or email Notes on #DH2018 Conference Tweets per user_lang in a #DH2018 archive by Ernesto Priego English Language notes on…

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Resource: Digital Mappa 1.0 – A New, User-Friendly Platform for Digital Scholarship

About the resource: April is a busy month, so things tend to get lost in the innumerable number of tabs I have open on my browser, meaning to get to later. Launched in April, Digital Mappa is a “Digital Humanities workspaces, editions, scholarship, collaboration & publications for the rest of us.” From the press release:…

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