Hi All —
If you’ve taken a DH course, please consider participating in the survey
below. I’ve done an interview with the group and I am looking forward to
the results of their study.
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Scott Voth wrote a new post, EdLab Library Services Associate – Columbia University, on the site Help Wanted! 19 hours, 19 minutes ago
EdLab is seeking Services Associates. Services Associates will help learning communities (including the Teachers College community) access a range of library/information services including tools developed at […]
Friday March 6 & Saturday March 7, 2015
Dept of Philosophy, Harvard University, Emerson Hall, 310 25 Quincy St., Cambridge […]
The Journal of Digital Humanities has featured posters from recent DH conferences. You can see some samples here – http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/3-1/ – and here – http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/2-3/
Here is some very general design advice:
* Regularize/be consistent with alignment, fonts, and text size
* Use modern…[Read more]
Philosophy Editor wrote a new blog post SWIP-Analytic Spring 2015 Events, Karen Lewis March 2 in the group Philosophy: 1 day, 17 hours ago
Monday, March 2, 2015, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Professor Karen Lewis (Columbia) will present “Reverse Sobel Sequences in Static Semantics” in Room 302, NYU Philosophy Department, 5 Washington Place, New York […]
David Papineau (CUNY Graduate Center & King’s College London) will be giving our first talk of the semester, entitled “Physicalism without Causal Closure” on Monday, March 2nd. The talk will be held […]
Philosophy Editor wrote a new blog post CUNY GC Screening of Hannah Arendt Film & Panel Discussion Feb 27 in the group Philosophy: 2 days, 14 hours ago
Matthew K. Gold wrote a new blog post What We Did: Feb 24 (Fourth Class; Assessment, Part 2) in the group Futures Initiative: 2 days, 15 hours ago
Week 4 — Group 1: Assessment
Co-authors for this post:
Janey Flanagan (BMCC) Urban Ed, eLearning
Maria Greene (BMCC) Urban Ed, Chemistry
Irene Morrison-Moncure (Hunter) Classics
In week four, we continued the […]
Philosophy Editor wrote a new blog post Guest Blog: Samir Chopra “The Empire State Building: From Picture to Window View” in the group Philosophy: 2 days, 19 hours ago
Philosophy Editor wrote a new blog post Kristin Boyce on Analytic Philosophy of Literature at the New School Feb 27 in the group Philosophy: 2 days, 22 hours ago
Professor Kristin Boyce (Mississippi State University) will present her paper, “A Philosophical History of Analytic Philosophy of Literature“; graduate student Elliot Trapp (NSSR) will respond.
Jessie Daniels commented on the post, Introducing Megan Wacha, Your New Scholarly Communications Librarian!, on the site Open Access @ CUNY 3 days, 10 hours ago
Welcome to CUNY, Megan!
Maura A. Smale commented on the post, Introducing Megan Wacha, Your New Scholarly Communications Librarian!, on the site Open Access @ CUNY 3 days, 12 hours ago
So terrific that you’ve joined us, Megan!
Matthew K. Gold commented on the post, Introducing Megan Wacha, Your New Scholarly Communications Librarian!, on the site Open Access @ CUNY 3 days, 13 hours ago
NYC conference on the philosophy of street art. Please join us March 5-7 at Pratt and NYU. It’s free and open to the public. No registration required. Alluring details below.
We are ready (and happy!) to accept registrations for the third annual CUNY Eportfolio and Academic Technology Symposium.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015, at Macaulay Honors College.
As in past years, the Symposium will include open discussions and round-table sessions, as well as a lightning-round show and tell, rather than formal presentations.
And as…[Read more]
Matthew K. Gold wrote a new post, If Academe is Part of the Problem of Inequality and Oligarchy, What’s Our Solution?, on the site Futures Initiative 4 days, 21 hours ago
Here’s a link my morning hastac.org blog, in our Futures Initiative group: “If Academe is Part of the Problem, What’s Our Solution?” <a title=""If Academe is Part of the Problem, What's Our Solution?"" […]
I just finished teaching a literacy course, called “Intensive Reading.” I think of this class like an intensive yoga workshop that focuses on building our practices slowly but effectively. The students in this […]
Last Tuesday’s in-class discussion of assessment strategies really got my juices flowing. How was I going to get my 35 Anatomy students to participate in this first topic of “Mapping The Future…”? How to present […]
Matthew K. Gold started the topic Fwd: Shana Kimball started the topic Job Alert: Project Manager with
NYPL technology in the forum NYCDH Announcements [NYC Digital Humanities] in the forum Digital Humanities Initiative via email 5 days, 18 hours ago
Shana Kimball started the topic Job Alert: Project Manager with NYPL
technology in the forum NYCDH Announcements
NYPL Technology has an exciting opportunity for a talented Project Manager
to guide the development of our core digital collections platforms &
experimental projects. The full description is below. Please help us…[Read more]
Matthew K. Gold wrote a new post, What We Did: Feb 17 (Third Class; Assessment, Part 1), on the site Futures Initiative 5 days, 20 hours ago
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