Christofer has a B.A. in Art History and Geography and is fascinated by the connection between artists, their art and where it was created, where it lives, and what it is ALL about. He believes in digital applications that inform of all of this in a concise and aesthetically pleasing platform.
Course group for DHUM 70002 Digital Humanities: Methods and Practices, Spring 2020 (3 credits)
R User’s Group (i.e., RUG) is a place for newbies and experts alike to learn and work together on projects using the statistical programming language, R. Do you want to learn the best practices for creating a r […]
Python User’ Group (or PUG for short) is an open and informal collaborative space for experimentation and exploration with the Python programming language. It is an opportunity for those interested in Python to c […]
The CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative (CUNY DHI), launched in Fall 2010, aims to build connections and community among those at CUNY who are applying digital technologies to scholarship and pedagogy in the […]
Group for the January Digital Research Institute 2020
This group accompanies the the GCDI website (http://gcdi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/). Here, members of the GC community can share news of recent events and new projects and can begin to build connections between projects.
This is a group associated with the Spring 2019 Archival Encounters class.
Collective space for students in Data Visualization and other interested parties
The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) / Mapping working group is a network of CUNY students, faculty and staff who are interested in sharing methods and techniques, and finding support from others about ways GI […]
This is a group for all members of the CUNY community who are interested in technology and its use in academic research and teaching.
This course group site will be used for routine communications, and where course readings in .pdf format will be posted in the “Files” section.
This is a private group created for use by students in the DHUM 72500 Methods of Text Analysis class.
This group will share Omeka experiences, feature digital collections created in Omeka, and discuss best practices.