Title

Practical DH Workshops, 2016-2019

Disciplines

Digital Humanities

Abstract

Practical DH Workshops, 2016-2019

Extracting Data from HTML

Strategies and tools to extract data from HTML and XML to create structured data sets.

Led by: Katherina Fostano, MLIS. Digital & Visual Resources Curator,

Department of Art and Music History and the Center for Medieval Studies

Thursday, December 12, 2019

1-2 p.m. Walsh Library 047

Extracting Data from PDFs

Strategies and tools to extract data from PDFs to create data sets.

Led by: Tierney Gleason

Reference and Digital Humanities Librarian, Fordham Library

Monday, November 25, 2019

1-2 p.m. Walsh Library 047

Introduction to Omeka

An open-access content management system used by teachers, researchers, librarians, museums, and archives because of its ability to exhibit digital images, text, and other multi-media formats in one site.

Led by: Katherina Fostano, MSLIS, Digital & Visual Resources Curator,

Department of Art and Music History and the Center for Medieval Studies

Thursday, April 6, 2017

1-2 p.m. Walsh Library 047

Introduction to T.E.I.

Text Encoding Initiative provides standard tags to make electronic text interchangeable (and searchable) across digital platforms.

Led by: Dr John McCaskey

Stanford University and Fordham Medieval Fellow

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Noon-1:00 p.m., Walsh Library 047

DH Mapping: Intro to Carto

Led by: Heather Hill, Pratt Institute

(and GSAS alum)

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

2:30-3:30 p.m., Walsh Library 047

DH Annotation Tools: Out of the Margins

An introduction to Annotation Studio and Lacuna Stories, web-based research and learning tools

Led by: Shawn Hill, Instructional Technologist for Digital Scholarship

Faculty Technology Services (ITAC), Fordham University

Thursday, 20 Oct. 2016

1-2 p.m. Walsh Library 047

Digital Humanities: What Is It and How to Get Started

Led by: Kristen Mapes, Digital Humanities Specialist

Michigan State University (and Fordham GSAS alum)

Thursday, 22 Sept. 2016

1-2 p.m. Walsh Library 047

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