A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is an international celebration of technology and the humanities. Join UNT librarians, faculty, staff, and students to learn about digital humanities concepts, projects, and tools. Come hear about digital humanities projects on campus and in the Libraries, learn about specific tools like Timeline JS, ARCGIS, and RAW. And join us afterwards for a Happy Hour at East Side (117 E Oak St.) at 4pm.

Event Registration and lunch option.

Schedule

9:00-10:00 Breakfast & Blogging Come have a muffin and write your Day of DH post for the DH@UNT blog
10:00-10:30

ARCGIS Demo

Douglas Burns (Libraries)

Learn how mapping software ARCGIS can enrich your research
10:30-11:00

Preserving Lamkang

Shobhana Chelliah & Levi Acord (Linguistics)

Discover a project to create a dictionary of a language spoken in northeast India.
11:00-Noon

Library Lightning Round

John Martin, Marcia McIntosh, Pamela Andrews, Laura Treat, Courtney Jacobs, & Maristella Feustle (Libraries)

Learn about digital projects and resources in the UNT Libraries
Noon-1:00

Digital Pedagogy Brownbag

Spencer Keralis (Libraries & English), with students Sydney Kim, Keifer Mauldin, and Megan Gardiner

Student's from Dr. Keralis's ENGL2220 World Lit class will demonstrate their class project using Timeline JS

‚ÄčRegister for lunch

1:00-2:00

Linguistics Lightning Round

with Shobhana Chelliah, Sumshot Kular, Sadaf Munshi, Alexis Palmer, Melissa Robinson, Xian Zhang (Linguistics)

Digitally-enabled Linguistics at UNT: from documentation of endangered languages to detection of abusive language online

2:00-3:00

Administration Roundtable

Denise Baxter (CVAD), Martin Halbert (Libraries)
Michael Rondelli (Innovation & Commercialization)

This roundtable offers a chance for students to ask UNT Administrators about digital scholarship prospects and priorities.
3:00-3:30

Portal Newspapers in the Classroom

Ana Krahmer (Libraries)

Learn about how scholars and students are using digital newspapers for teaching and learning
3:30-4:00

Visualizing MOMA Data

George Dawson (CompSci & Libraries)

Get a student perspective on doing dataviz with public data from the Museum of Modern Art

 

Sponsored by the UNT Libraries Digital Humanities and Collaborative Programs Unit, the UNT Libraries Digital Scholarship Work Group, the Critical Digital Pedagogy Faculty Network, and Digital Frontiers.

When

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 -
9:00am to 4:00pm

Where

Willis Library
250H