It# Monday

1. Article Discussions Catching up from last week! Annotation overview

distantreading-discussion-notes

DH Ped 16.Teaching Digital Rhetoric: Teaching Digital Rhetoric: Wikipedia , Collaboration, and the Politics of Free Knowledge. Melanie Kill. html toc (or download the PDF ) chapter annotation

C19 Text Analysis and Visualization: Making Meaning Count. Sinclair and Rockwell. c19-sinclair-textanalysis.pdf Annotate Link

Teaching Computer-Assisted . Sinclair and Rockwell. Annotated Text

Wikipedia, Collaboration…. Krill. Annotate Text

2. Distant Reading

Student-Voyant-Presentations

Homework:

Read; LDA “Digital Editions..Remediation” C4, pp. 57-81

IDH 1B Analysis of DH Projects; IDH 2B, Classification; IDH 3A Ontology. http://dh101.humanities.ucla.edu/


Tuesday

Discussion of Readings

Hammond - Digital Editions.

What is “remediation”? How is the gramophone, microfilm, and the Memex related to the bookishness of literature today and in the future? What does it mean to suggest “not all literary texts were happy as books”? 58. What do unusual projects like William Blake tell us about the potentials of digitization? Or Emily Dickinson, what problems do her poems present for the book publisher? How do the demands/ conventions of book publishing circa 1922 effect the Waste Land and what is AH's claim about the virtues of portrait mode in an Ipad app of the poem? (69). Bolter and Grusin's emphases on transparency or hypermediacy (or both). 71. How can digital interfaces alter the author, text, reader relationship?

DH Structure, Terms

  1. classification
  2. ontology
  3. metadata

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Introduction to Omeka

https://www.omeka.net/signup

Omeka help: https://omeka.org/classic/docs/Content/Tags/

Homework

  1. Reading: LDA “The Universal Library” C3, pp. 41-56

Debates: Where’s the Pedagogy? The Role of Teaching and Learning in the Digital Humanities. Stephen Brier. external link - annotation

  1. Decide on a topic, theme or subject area for your Omeka project. It should be feasible to collect and “curate” a good number of public domain or fair uses digital “objects” (such as texts or images). Locate at least 10 such objects for class Wednesday.

Wednesday

1. Omeka Lab work

2. Discussion: what constitutes an effective use of Omeka?

3. Article discussion

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LDA, C4, C3 -

C3 - Universal Library: Oral - print - digital parallels (41); digital bringing changes consequent to “ease of reproduc[ibility] , ”'convergence of modalities'“ (41), and reading/analysis of texts=data. Access in print and digital ages. Universality of holdings vs universality of access. “Symbolic power of the Library of Alexandria rested on scarcity–on its possessing more original scrolls than the libraries of competing kingdoms” (44). 20th century equivalents such as the Early English Books microfilm collection orient towards distribution and preservation (but still not universal in scope or access). Gutenberg (ca. 1971) another step in universal access. Legal/Technical prospects and limitations. Copyright, 1922, orphan work problem. JSTOR, for profit journals (Elsevere) and academic knowledge problem. Google Books. The Borgesian caution: library of Babel.

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Where's the Pedagogy?

Homework

DHPed 15. Multiliteracies in the Undergraduate Digital Humanities Curriculum: Skills, Principles, and Habits of Mind. Tanya Clement. link - annotation

“Digital Humanities Unplugged,” Digital Humanities Quarterly. 5.3: 2011. Paul Fyfe. link, annotation

Omeka Project Timeline

Thursday

1. Omeka Presentations

student-Omeka-presentations . (Add a link to your Omeka site here)

2. Pedagogy / Reading Discussions

Brier pedagogy-Brier

Clement pedagogy-Clement

Fyfe pedagogy-Fyfe

3. Pedagogy Mini-Projects - Tuesday

Feedback / project ideas via email (Friday at 4pm).

Peer feedback?

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