Douglas O’Reagan updates the audience on his efforts and invite suggestions and ideas concerning the future of digital humanities at MIT.
Douglas O’Reagan will update the audience on his efforts and invite suggestions and ideas concerning the future of digital humanities at MIT.
On April 23, 2016, MIT hosts a campus-wide open house, welcoming the public into every department to check out the coolest of the Institute’s work.
Digitally based knowledge has reevaluate their existing pedagogical methods. In this workshop, we investigate one possible solution to this challenge: digital annotation.
Let’s talk about the impact of computation on the humanities, about where it can takes us, and about what it means to use this lens on our scholarship. And who’s doing what where in DH at MIT?
Using the tools of online textual annotation, readers can collaborate on annotating or interpreting a work, make their annotations public, and respond to interpretations by others.
Textual Science, as Gregory Heyworth argues, is poised to change the established order of things. With images of recovered works, many previously unseen, this talk will chart the way ahead in theory and praxis.