A Day With the Scholars’ Lab

Nothing quite starts the day like your professor jumping out of the Enterprise saying, We’re taking a big ass van to Charlottesville. And then Tweeting about it. Drivin a big ass van to @scholarslab #wludh pic.twitter.com/ZR0IbPh8ZP — Paul A. Youngman (@PaulAYoungman) April 24, 2014 Rethinking Digital Humanities Today was a fun and clarifying day for me …

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We Jammin’

Digital Humanities is a collaborative, interdisciplinary, project-based academic field that engages an audience in a digital environment where users are able to learn about a particular topic. Digital Humanities’ projects are different from end-products like papers or written articles. Papers have deadlines, and while DH projects must often have deadlines, they are truly never finished. …

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Revised DH Definition and Design Jam Thoughts

Digital Humanities is the intersection of multiple humanities disciplines with science and technology. It requires a group of people, and the projects that result are collaborative in nature.  Unlike a paper or book, DH projects are always changing and are never finished.  You could work on a DH project for years and still not be …

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DH Revised Definition

Digital Humanities is a collaborative, interdisciplinary, project based effort to expose various fields of academia through innovative technological processes. It transcends boundaries set forth by the core humanities departments and allows for further alteration and exploration of information through continuously evolving mediums. The Design Jam at UVA reinforced the definition of digital humanities that we …

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