Session Title

Learning, Exploring, and Developing Our Understanding and Use of the Digital Humanities, or, "Did you try turning it off and back on?" (A Workshop)

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Indiana Medieval Consortium

Organizer Name

Abby Ang

Organizer Affiliation

Indiana Univ.-Bloomington

Presider Name

Abby Ang; Brittany Claytor

Presider Affiliation

Indiana Univ.-Bloomington; Purdue Univ.

Paper Title 1

Digital Editing and the TEI

Presenter 1 Name

Elizabeth K. Hebbard

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Indiana Univ.-Bloomington

Paper Title 2

Metadata? Excel Files? GPS Coordinates? Building the Digital Foundation

Presenter 2 Name

Sarah Noonan

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame

Paper Title 3

Teaching Medieval Material to Twenty-First-Century Students through Online Gaming Experiences

Presenter 3 Name

Margot B. Valles

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Michigan State Univ.

Paper Title 4

The Purdue Paleography Project: Exploring Latin through the Eyes of the Medieval Scribe

Presenter 4 Name

Elizabeth E. Mercier; Sabrina Mielczarski

Presenter 4 Affiliation

Purdue Univ.; Purdue Univ.

Start Date

12-5-2018 10:00 AM

Session Location

Schneider 1280

Description

The panel is entitled “Learning, Exploring, and Developing our Understanding and Use of the Digital Humanities, or, ‘Did you try turning it off and back on?’” Presenters will provide confidence in DH and coding basics to scholars with all levels of experience, as well as the knowledge necessary to begin using and building digital scholarly resources. Presenters have backgrounds in the Digital Humanities broadly defined, as well as those with experience in more specifically-medieval and early modern DH use and scholarship, to introduce conference attendees to a variety of resources and to the basics of a new language—computer code. This session features twenty-minute mini-workshops focusing on introducing and illuminating medieval DH resources; practicing hands-on HTML, CCS, and/or Python coding; and/or on how the speaker successfully used digital resources in conducting his/her/their personal research.

The Indiana Medieval Consortium (IMC) is an organization designed to create and foster resource sharing, scholarly opportunities, and intercollegiate relationships between medievalists at the consortium schools, throughout the Midwest, and beyond.

Abby Ang

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May 12th, 10:00 AM

Learning, Exploring, and Developing Our Understanding and Use of the Digital Humanities, or, "Did you try turning it off and back on?" (A Workshop)

Schneider 1280

The panel is entitled “Learning, Exploring, and Developing our Understanding and Use of the Digital Humanities, or, ‘Did you try turning it off and back on?’” Presenters will provide confidence in DH and coding basics to scholars with all levels of experience, as well as the knowledge necessary to begin using and building digital scholarly resources. Presenters have backgrounds in the Digital Humanities broadly defined, as well as those with experience in more specifically-medieval and early modern DH use and scholarship, to introduce conference attendees to a variety of resources and to the basics of a new language—computer code. This session features twenty-minute mini-workshops focusing on introducing and illuminating medieval DH resources; practicing hands-on HTML, CCS, and/or Python coding; and/or on how the speaker successfully used digital resources in conducting his/her/their personal research.

The Indiana Medieval Consortium (IMC) is an organization designed to create and foster resource sharing, scholarly opportunities, and intercollegiate relationships between medievalists at the consortium schools, throughout the Midwest, and beyond.

Abby Ang