Digital Humanities Symposium

Library Scholarly Commons, 306 Library

October 4, 2012, 8:30 a.m. – noon

Join us on October 4th for the Digital Humanities Symposium at the Scholarly Commons to learn more about digital humanities concepts, tools, and current research projects at UIUC!

This half-day morning symposium on October 4th will feature talks and break-out sessions led by UIUC faculty and researchers pursuing digital humanities research, including professors Ted Underwood, Dianne Harris, Mara Wade, and Donna Cox.  The symposium will cover a diverse array of topics in digital humanities, including:

– Bibliotech: digital humanities at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library

– Art and visualization technologies

– Digital humanities in the classroom

– Emblematica Online: a NEH-funded collaborative project in digital humanities

– Text mining tools and research

– How to use Omeka in research and teaching

– Library services and tools for data research and data curation

– Working with I-CHASS and finding funding for your projects

– Images and digital scholarship

Coffee and breakfast refreshments will be provided. We look forward to seeing you on October 4th!