Guest Speaker

Stephanie Stillo’s talk centered on the recovery of vital information from historical art artifacts. An example of crucial information to the archiving and restoration of documents and art works is the medium used. If the chemicals used in the work are known, we can better store and protect the piece from the natural decay of …

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Project Management/Software Development

Both Sarah Storti and Brandon Walsh thoroughly discussed principles and tips for project management and software development during their abridged lecture of these topics. Project management is something that should generally fall into place during the beginning stages of the project. Duties of each team member should align to their specific skill set. Given that …

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What is DH? & Design Jam at UVA

Digital Humanities involves the curating of large sets of data across a variety of disciplines. This involves the interpretation and analysis of numerous works that relate to the Humanities. Thus, the field’s work is mostly collaborative and project-based. With the incorporation of technology, the projects are fluid in content. Data can be added to the …

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What Are the Digital Humanities?

The Digital Humanities are centered on the modernization of the study of the Humanities. The digitization of Humanist studies transforms information of concern to a widely accessible  format–many times using the Internet as means for this dispersal of information. The study can also focus on how this information is accessed and indexed on the Internet. …

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