Do you have humanities data? Do you hope to someday have humanities data? Then come to this workshop and learn how to tell a story with your data! In the humanities we are well trained in finding and telling stories, but we often have little...

Join us Monday, October 22nd from 10:00 am – 11:30 am in Digital Matters (2nd floor of the Marriott Library in the Art and Architecture Library) for a workshop “Text Mining Using Voyant” led by Lisa Swanstrom, Associate Professor of English.Questions about the event? Contact...

Depending on who you are talking to, libraries are either on the decline or ushering in a new golden age of information. But predictions like these are nothing new. Articles that predict the death or the flourishing future of the library are nearly as old...

[caption id="attachment_618" align="alignleft" width="300"] Thinking like a designer means a lot of sketching.[/caption]I just came back from the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) at the University of Victoria where I attended the course “Visualizing Information: Where Data Meets Design” taught by Aimée Knight. In this...

Matt McPherson, a Marriott Library student employee in the Media Studio, chose to feature Digital Matters in his final assignment for his Radio Journalism class.As part of his assignment, he interviewed Greg Hatch (head of Creativity and Innovation Services), Robert Nelson (Assistant Head, AV Studios),...

Hello, readers!This is the third and final post to introduce you to our new staff in Digital Matters. Hopefully you've already had a chance to read Lizzie's and David's great posts over the past two weeks. Now it's my turn!My name is Rebekah Cummings, and...

Hello, world!My name is Elizabeth Callaway, and I am the Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Matters. I research and teach at the intersections of Digital Humanities, New Media Studies, and Environmental Humanities. My PhD is in English, but what I enjoy most is using my humanities...