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Tome Collaborative Course Publications

NYU 20 Cooper Square 20 Cooper Square, 2nd floor, New York

This workshop looks at Tome as a tool for publishing media rich, accessible, peer reviewed and preservable publications. Tome is now being developed for use in the classroom as a collaborative, academic writing tool and media archive for faculty and students. Equipment Requirements: Laptop with Wifi capabilities


Starting to Text Mine the Digitized Library with HathiTrust Features.

Pace University, Babble Lab, Rm. 202 41 Park Row, New York

Millions of books have been digitized in the past two decades. Thanks to a 2014 court ruling, about 15 million books are available for computational analysis in the HathiTrust including data about word counts on each individual page. In the next year or two, similar data will become available for JStor and Portico books. This […]


Commons In A Box OpenLab: A Commons for Open Learning

CUNY Graduate Center, Room 5307 365 Fifth Avenue, New York

This workshop introduces Commons In A Box OpenLab: free, open source software that enables anyone to create a commons space specifically designed for open learning, where students, faculty, and staff can collaborate across disciplinary boundaries and share their work openly with one another and the world. Funded by a generous grant from the NEH’s Office […]


Unity for Spatial Research: SpatioScholar

Bobst Library, NYU, Room 619 70 Washington Square S, New York

The workshop will provide participants with an introduction to the SpatioScholar workflow. SpatioScholar is an application developed in Unity for scholarly work that requires spatial and temporal processing and visualization in art/architectural/urban history and heritage studies. SpatioScholar provides a single interface for combining 3D modeled spaces, digitized primary documents, historical data and scholarly research and […]


OpenRefine for Beginners

Fordham Lincoln Center, Quinn Library Room 234 113 W 60th Street, New York

Looking to organize and rearrange a large spreadsheet for a project? Join us for an interactive, step-by-step introduction to OpenRefine, an open source desktop application described as “a powerful tool for working with messy data.” This session will cover OpenRefine basics including editing and reconciling data, transforming data into different formats, and connecting to external […]


Open & Digital Pedagogy: Teaching with WordPress and the CUNY Academic Commons

CUNY Graduate Center, Room C201 365 Fifth Avenue, New York

This workshop will present models and strategies for teaching with Wordpress. We’ll explore open teaching, considering methods and digital tools that allow instructors and their students to engage with wider audiences and public discourses. The workshop will also introduce the CUNY Academic Commons, a WordPress platform for the CUNY community, and demonstrate how this platform […]


NYCDH Kickoff Event 2021

New York

NYC Digital Humanities in a Context of Radical Care This year's kickoff event will focus collective attention and action on the relationship between individual digital humanists and NYCDH as a community of practice impacted by ongoing crises and traumas, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, racial injustice, budget austerity, labor conditions, and pedagogical transition, that expose […]

FairCopy: A word processor for the digital humanities.

Virtual NY

FairCopy is a simple and powerful tool for transcribing, editing, and studying manuscripts and historical texts. FairCopy gives humanists an editor to create TEI encoded texts without writing a single line of XML, so this rich format becomes accessible for everyone. Nick Laiacona will demonstrate the use of this new tool and its functionality. The […]

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Introduction to web annotation

Virtual NY

In this session you will learn how to use the hypothesis web annotation tool in and outside the classroom. Using real life examples, you will learn how to set up an instance for your classroom to enable online discussion among students that resembles the comment feature on a google doc. You will also learn how […]

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Network Analysis for the Humanities

Virtual NY

The world is full of networks and different topics of study in the humanities can make up networks: people, texts, ideas, etc. This workshop will introduce basics of network analysis for the humanist. We will learn how to design a network in order to answer research questions in the humanities, how to create and visualize […]