Digital Scholarship

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DS Graduate Showcase 2021

Posted March 30, 2021

Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase Thursday, April 1, 2021 4:00 – 5:30 PM Join the 2020-2021 Digital Scholarship Graduate Fellows for a virtual showcase, featuring brief presentations by current and past fellows on how they’re using computational and digital methods such as data visualization, text mining, and geospatial analysis to enhance research and teaching in the humanities. Presentations: Zach Silvia […]

Call for presentations: DS Graduate Showcase

Posted February 26, 2021

This year’s Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase will be a virtual lightning session, hosted by Digital Scholarship Graduate Fellows Kristen Patterson (Classics), Zach Silvia (Archaeology), and Thu Ta (Classics) on Thursday, April 1, 4:00-5:30. We welcome brief (5-7 minute) presentations from Bryn Mawr graduate students on digital scholarship projects, research methodologies, and tools for digital teaching […]

Domains Exploration Week 2021

Posted February 26, 2021

Do you want to create your own website, but don’t know where to start? Are you looking to boost your web publishing skills? Join Digital Scholarship and LITS for Domains Exploration Week, a celebration of the tools and resources for web publishing available to the Bryn Mawr community. Starting on Monday, March 15th, Digital Scholarship will be […]

Transcribe-a-thon Honors Black History on Douglass Day 2021

Posted February 9, 2021

On February 12 and 14, 2021, thousands of people will celebrate Douglass Day. The event marks the chosen birthday of Frederick Douglass by inviting members of the public to join an online crowdsourcing project. It’s a way to celebrate Black History Month with a digital twist! This year’s project focuses on the papers of Mary […]

Spring 2021 Digital Scholarship Workshops

Posted February 8, 2021

Practical Geographic Information Systems (GIS): A Workshop Series Instructor: Zachary Silvia Date & Time: February 20, 2021; March 6, 2021; March 20, 2021; April 3, 2021; 12:00 – 2:30 pm Location: Zoom This workshop is the first in a series of four sessions aimed towards promoting the use of Geographic Imaging Systems (GIS) in the […]

Hack the TriCo 2021: Feb 2 & 3

Posted January 28, 2021

Join us next week on Tuesday, Feb 2nd & Wed, Feb 3rd for our annual Tri-Co Hackathon! Please register here by Sunday, Jan 31st if you’d like to attend. About the TriCo Hackathon THE EVENT The Tri-Co Hackathon aims to bring teams of students from Haverford, Swarthmore, and Bryn Mawr together in collaborative learning through […]

Spring 2020 Digital Scholarship Workshops

Posted February 7, 2020

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop  Instructor: Andrea Samz-Pustol Date & Time: Thursday, February 13th at 4:30pm Location: Canaday Computing Lab (Room 315) Description: Are you about to turn in a paper or presentation and your images need some editing?  This workshop will teach basic skills such as cropping, color alteration, adding text, removal of text or […]

Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase

Posted February 6, 2020

  The Digital Scholarship Graduate Showcase Join the Digital Scholarship Graduate Fellows on February 17th for updates on the digital tools and resources they have learned and obtained this past year. Each presenter will briefly discuss the skills they have gained, relevant to their interests. Please join us on the 17th from 4:00-6:00 pm in […]

Turning Data into Discoveries: Using R in a Humanities Dissertation

Posted March 23, 2018

By Rachel Starry When I first started working on my dissertation project, all I really knew was that I wanted to explore cities. Roman architecture has a lasting presence in the landscapes of places as far removed from each other as Scotland and Libya, and along with the growth of trade and communication networks under […]

R Community of Learning

Posted November 28, 2017

Do you work with spatial data like maps and architectural plans, or geographical data from an archaeological project? Does your research involve networks, such as social connections between artistic communities or trade networks spanning the ancient world? Are you interested in analyzing text corpora, in English or another language? Do you have unruly data in […]