Lightning Talk: Understanding the Language of DH (Friday, Nov. 4th, 2016)

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VIdeo Archive: “Understanding the Language of Digital Humanities”
Friday, November 4th 2016
Marriott Library Digital Matters Pop-Up Lab (Level 2 in the Art and Architecture Library)

Confused by the language of digital humanities? Want to learn more about what will happen in the Digital Matters Lab? Then come to “Understanding the Language of Digital Humanities,” a lightning talk event where faculty from the library and across campus will provide jargon-free explanations of common digital humanities terms and methods, such as “linked data”, “API”, “machine learning”, “gamification”, and “data curation”.

Speakers: David Roh (English), Leona Fan-Si Yu (Communications), Lisa Swanstrom (English), Elizabeth Calloway (Environmental Humanities), Nina Feng (Writing and Rhetoric), Jeremy Myntti (MLib), Anna Neatrour (MLib), Rebekah Cummings (MLib), Brian McBride (MLib)

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