Posted on February 21st, 2017 .
Registration is now live for the DH@Guelph Summer Workshops, taking place May 8-11, 2017. We are pleased to offer a great selection of courses again this year and have selected a number of international, interdisciplinary scholars as instructors for 2017.
Explore the great offers listed below, and check our website for the schedule, instructor information, and costs.
We hope you consider joining us for what promises to be a great week!
Please click on the links below to find out more information about each workshop.
(Each course runs daily for the full four days, so only one course may be taken in this session.)
1. Introduction to Code/Art and Open Data Visualization
Instructor: J.J. Sylvia IV (North Carolina State University)
2. 3D Modelling for the Digital Humanities and Social Sciences
Instructor: John Bonnett (Brock University)
3. Online Public Intellectual Work Through Social Media: Engagement Strategies and Pedagogical Practices
Instructors: Kimberly McKee (Grand Valley State University), Krista Benson (Ohio State University)
4. Spatial Humanities: Exploring Opportunities in the Humanities
Instructors: Quin Shirk-Luckett, Teresa Lewitsky (University of Guelph Library)
5. Omeka Workshop
Instructors: Melissa McAfee and Ashley Shifflet McBrayne (University of Guelph Library)
6. Making Manuscripts Digital: The Transcribathon Approach
Instructors: Kathryn Harvey (University of Guelph), Jennifer Munroe (University of North Carolina Charlotte), Hillary Nunn (The University of Akron), and Amy Tigner (University of Texas Arlington)
7. XSLT for Digital Editions
Instructor: Laura Mandell (Texas A&M)
8. Minimal Computing for Humanities Scholars
Instructors: Kim Martin (University of Guelph) and John Fink (McMaster University)
9. Getting Going with Scholarship Online: An introduction to CWRC for projects and individual scholars
Instructors: Susan Brown and Team (University of Guelph)
10. An Introduction to Augmented Reality
Instructor: Markus Wust (North Carolina State University Libraries)
11. Get Down with Your Data: Learn to web scrape, clean, visualize and preserve data!
Instructors: Adam Doan, Carrie Breton, Lucia Costanzo (University of Guelph Library)
12. Introduction to Pedagogy in the Digital Humanities
Instructors: Alison Hedley (Ryerson University), and Emily Christina Murphy (Queen’s University)
13. Integrating Archival Research into the DH Classroom
Instructor: Diane Jakacki (Bucknell University)
These workshops are part of the Digital Humanities Summer Institute Training Network.