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The title says it all!
The #alt-academy site mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/alt-ac/ has an open call for papers, with abstracts due this week: www.briancroxall.net/2012/10/17/we-need-more-signposts-a-call-for-abstracts-and-papers-on-alt-ac-careers/ This session will be to discuss and hopefully compose abstracts to submit.
Ten years ago, the English Department at UPRM had one fledgling film studies course supplemented by film-related course content here and there and the inevitable film content in modern language courses. Ten years later and the English Dept. offers a … Continue reading
First, I have to say I like Marta’s proposed session and plan to be there for that. I’m wondering if, along with learning new tools for our own research, we could also do a session on basic digital literacies in … Continue reading
Session Proposal: Is This [the Illusion of] Open Access?: Liberation and the Future of Knowledge and the Book in the Digital Era
Some “deep thoughts that keep us up at night”: ➢ How do we move from open access to universal access? ➢ What are the safeguards we need to put in place against tech obsolescence, planned and unplanned? ➢ Can knowledge-production … Continue reading
Technology, Digital, Humanities, text, analysis, model, moodle what? What do you want to do? What do you wish you could teach that you want new tools to teach? What do you want to study but you don’t know what tools … Continue reading
In this session, which I’m proposing, but in which I do not intend to be the only one talking by any means, I thought we could have an all-around discussion amongst participants to share the following: a) How you became … Continue reading
Edited by Marta We’ll just do a big roundup of tools, for research, scholarly productivity, and whatever you need to do, we have thought about ways to do it better, faster, more digitally! Bring your favorite tool, we’ll bring ours, … Continue reading
Should one of the main concerns of digital humanists in Latin American and Caribbean studies be the curation of a pan-Caribbean cultural establishment or tradition? Does such a thing exist, and if so, how can its canonical media or content … Continue reading