Joycean, digital humanist, or infoviz-curious? Help us build info visualizations of James Joyce’s Ulysses for this year’s Bloomsday celebration! (June 16th)
THATCamp Games: the inaugural digital humanities and game studies/research/design/teaching/play unconference.
A four-post series on advancing digital coding and project work in the humanities through quick and dirty user testing, in-depth usability and use research, participatory design, and an overview of what’s been done in DH evaluation recently.
Jump into creating visualizations of social networks such as character interactions in a novel using the Gephi software and these tips.
How does digital humanities knowledge gets reused and developed? A citation-network visualization project for Digital Humanities Quarterly.
Let’s build digital humanities tools to serve “amateurs”–in the old sense of pursuing interests not in a professional academic role, but often with passion, competence, and curiosity–the humanist geek latent in all of us.
If you don’t mind a cat GIF or five, Reddit can be a great academic resource–a trove of digital design, info vis, topic modeling, and other reading.