Stephanie Sillo

The problem that Stephanie and others at the Library of Congress were dealing with was restoring old documents that had been muddied over the years.  Some of these historical papers contained interesting and important information that was no longer legible or visible to a human eye.  The main tool they used to unveil the material …

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Preliminary Implementation and Analysis

Lee Chapel Digital Humanities Project Ulemj Enkhbold, Ryan Grant, Nicole Porter and Hollis Tardy   Preliminary Implementation Recall: What are your research questions? Overarching Question What was Lee’s intent for the purpose of the chapel, and how has that purpose changed over time, especially from its construction starting in 1867 through the 1920’s? Supporting Questions: …

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Cool Tools

I definitely could have written up a solid paragraph about Lenny… Aside from the fact that I’m taking a 3D printing course in fall term and that I love video games, 3D models are still the coolest things ever.  I’m familiar with a lot of computer technology and I still can’t wrap my head around …

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