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Digital History Syllabi in Canada

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Aarseth, Espen. Genre Trouble Man-Authored Article Visibility
Abelson, Hal, Ken Ledeen and Harry Lewis. Blown to Bits: Your Life, Liberty, and Happiness after the Digital Explosion Man-Authored Book Visibility
Absher, Amy. From Minecraft to Mindcraft: Integrating Digital Humanities into History Courses Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Academic Publishing: Of Goats and Headaches Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Adcock, Tina, Grant, Keith, Nation-Knapper, Stacy, Robertson, Beth and Corey Slumkoski. Canadian History Blogging: Reflections at the Intersection of Digital Storytelling, Academic Research, and Public Outreach Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Allosso, Dan. Visualizing Historiography Man-Authored Article Visibility
A (Long) History of the Internet Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Anderson, Chris. The Long Tail Man-Authored Article Visibility
Andro, Mathieu and Imad Saleh. La correction participative de l’OCR Le crowdsourcing au profit des bibliothèques numériques Man-Authored Article Visibility
Appelbaum, Yoni. How the Professor Who Fooled Wikipedia Got Caught by Reddit Man-Authored Article Visibility
Appleford, Simon and Jennifer Guiliano. Building Your First Work Plan Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
[email protected] Why don’t archivists digitize everything? Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Art Gallery of Ontario. Small Wonders: The VR Experience Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Atkinson, Rebecca. Can a museum without walls attract a wider audience? Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Ayers, Edward L. History in Hypertext Man-Authored Article Visibility
Ayers, Edward L. Turning toward Place, Space and Time Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bailey, Jefferson and Lily Pregill. Speak to the Eyes: The History and Practice of Information Visualization Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Baker, James. The hard digital history that underpins my book Man-Authored Article Visibility
Baker, James. The soft digital history that underpins my book Man-Authored Article Visibility
Balletti, Caterina, and Francesco Guerra. “Historical Maps for 3D Digital City’s History.” Cartographica 51, no. 3 (September 2016): 115–26. doi:10.3138/cart.51.3.3140. Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Baran, Paul. On Distributed Communications Man-Authored Article Visibility
Barnet, Belinda. Memory Machines: The Evolution of Hypertext Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Barringer, David. A Scanner and a Mission Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bass, Randy and Bret Eynon. Capturing the Visible Evidence of Invisible Learning Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bass, Randy and Bret Eynon. New Media Technologies Man-Authored Article Visibility
BBC. Auschwitz survivor Eva Schloss recorded in virtual reality Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
BBC. How 3D imaging is helping preserve history Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Beals, M. H. OA TEI-XML DH on the WWW; or, My Guide to Acronymic Success Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Beals, M. H. XMLing My Way to Data Management; or, What should I do with all my old notes Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Bennett, Paul W. Historians and Digital History: Why Do Academics Shy Away from Digital History? Man-Authored Article Visibility
Berners-Lee, Tim. Information Management: A Proposal Man-Authored Article Visibility
Berners-Lee, Tim. Linked Data Man-Authored Article Visibility
Berners-Lee, Tim. Weaving the Web: The Original Design and Ultimate Destiny of the World Wide Web Man-Authored Article Visibility
Billock, Jennifer. Five Augmented Reality Experiences That Bring Museum Exhibits to Life Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Bilton, Nick. Disruptions: The 3-D Printing Free-for-All Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bilton, Nick. Erasing the Digital Past Man-Authored Article Visibility
Birnbaum, David J. What is XML and why should humanists care? An even gentler introduction to XML Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bishop, Deevy. A gentle introduction to Twitter for the apprehensive academic Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Blakemore, Erin. This Company is Turning Holocaust Survivor Interviews into Holograms Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Blakemore, Erin. You Can Help Decode Thousands of Top Secret Civil War Telegrams Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Blevins, Cameron. Mining and Mapping the Production of Space Man-Authored Article Visibility
Blevins, Cameron. Space, Nation, and the Triumph of Region: A View of the World from Houston Man-Authored Article Visibility
Blevins, Cameron. Space, Nation, and the Triumph of Region: A View of the World from Houston Visibility
Blouin, Francis X. and William G. Rosenberg. Processing the Past Man-Authored Book Visibility
Bobley, Brett. Is Computational Linguistics the New Computer Science for the Humanities? Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bodenhamer, David, Corrigan, John, and Trevor M. Harris. Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives Man-Authored Article Visibility
Boer, Arnoud de. Processing old maps and drawings to create virtual historic landscapes Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bogost, Ian. Beyond the Elbow-Patched Playground Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bogost, Ian. Persuasive Games Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bonnell, Jennifer and Marcel Fortin. Historical GIS Research in Canada Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Bonnell, Jennifer, and Marcel Fortin. Historical GIS Research in Canada Visibility
Bonnell, Jennifer and Marcel Fortin. In Historical GIS Research in Canada Visibility
Bonnett, John and Kee, Kevin. Transitions: A Prologue and Preview of Digital Humanities Research in Canada Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bonnett, John. Following in Rabelais’ Footsteps: Immersive History and the 3D Virtual Buildings Project Visibility
Bonnett, John. “Following in Rabelais’ Footsteps: Immersive History and the 3d Virtual Buildings Project.” History & Computing 13, no. 2 (June 2001): 107–50. Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bonnett, John. New technologies, new formalisms for historians: The 3D virtual buildings project Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bougainville, Louis-Antoine de. Voyage autour du monde par la frégate du roi La Boudeuse et la flûte L’Étoile Man-Authored Article Visibility
Brennan, Sheila A. and T. Mills Kelly. Why Collecting History Online is Web 1.5 Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Brennan, Sheila. My Digital Publishing Update: Nothing Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Brennan, Sheila. Public, First Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Brocklehurst, Sean. 'Deep listening': How Jeremy Dutcher crafted his fascinating Polaris Prize-winning album Social Sharing Man-Authored Article Visibility
Brown, Susan. Networking Feminist Literary History: Recovering Eliza Meteyard’s Web Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Busa, Roberto. Postface: Informatique et humanités Man-Authored Article Visibility
Bush, Vannevar. As We May Think Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cailloce, Laure. Écoutez le Paris du XVIIIe siècle Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Causer, Tim and Valerie Wallace. Building A Volunteer Community: Results and Findings from Transcribe Bentham Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Causer, Tim, Tonra, Justin, and Valerie Wallace. Transcription maximized; expense minimized? Crowdsourcing and editing The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
CHA on Copyright Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Chapman, Adam. Digital Games as History : How Video Games Represent the Past and Offer Access to Historical Practice. Routledge Advances in Game Studies: 7. New York, NY ; Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2016, Chapter Three: “Simulation Styles and Epistemologies”. Man-Authored Article Visibility
Chiles, Andy. Lecturer bans students from using Google and Wikipedia Man-Authored Article Visibility
Christen, Kim. Does Information Really want to be free? Indigenous Knowledge Systems and the Question of Openness Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Clark. Docs are Old-School, We Need PageRank for People Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Clavert, Frédéric. Vers de nouveaux modes de lecture des sources Man-Authored Article Visibility
Clifford, Jim and Josh MacFadyen. Geospatial Historian Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cocaud, Martine and Jacques Cellier. Le traitement des données en histoire et sciences sociales: méthodes et outils Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. A Conversation with Richard Stallman about Open Access Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J., and Roy Rosenzweig. Becoming Digital Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. and Roy Rosenzweig, Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. and Roy Rosenzweig. Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web Man-Authored Book Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. and Roy Rosenzweig. Web of Lies? Historical Knowledge on the Internet Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Collecting History Online Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Creating Scholarly Tools and Resources for the Digital Ecosystem Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Digital History: The Raw and the Cooked Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Do APIs Have a Place in the Digital Humanities? Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Exploring the History Web Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J., Frisch, Michael, Gallagher, Patrick, Mintz, Steven, Sword, Kirsten, Taylor, Amy Murrell, Thomas, William G., and William J. Turkel. Interchange: The Promise of Digital History Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. History and the Second Decade of the Web Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Initial Thoughts on the Google Books Ngram Viewer and Datasets Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Is Google Good for History? Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Mapping What Americans Did on September 11 Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Open Access Publishing and Scholarly Values Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. Professors Start your Blogs Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. The Ivory Tower and the Open Web Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. The Social Contract of Scholarly Publishing Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. The Spider and the Web: A Crowdsourcing Experiment Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. The Spider and the Web: Results Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. The Spider and the Web: What Is This? Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Daniel J. When Machines Are the Audience Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Patricia. Analyzing Literature by Words and Numbers Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Patricia. Digital Humanities Boots Up on Some Campuses Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Patricia. Digital Maps Are Giving Scholars the Historical Lay of the Land Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Patricia. For Bentham and Others Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Patricia. Humanities Scholars Embrace Digital Humanities Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Cohen, Patricia. In 500 Billion Words, New Window on Culture Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Compeau, Timothy and Rob MacDougall. Tecumseh Lies Here: Goals and Challenges for a Pervasive History Game in Progress Man-Authored Article Visibility
Compton, Beth. Negotiating Authenticity: Engaging with 3D Models and 3D Prints of Archaeological Things Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Conrad, Margaret. Public History and its Discontents or History in the Age of Wikipedia Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Cooper, David and Ian N. Gregory. Mapping the English Lake District Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cordell, Ryan. ‘Q i-jtb the Raven’: Taking Dirty OCR Seriously Man-Authored Article Visibility
Côté, James. The Digital Native Debate: An appraisal of pedagogical and generational claims Man-Authored Article Visibility
Crafting Digital History Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Craig, Alan. Understanding Augmented Reality: Concepts and Applications Man-Authored Article Visibility
Crane, Gregory and Allison Jones. Text, Information, Knowledge and the Evolving Record of Humanity Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Crane, Gregory. Georeferencing in Historical Collections Man-Authored Article Visibility
Crane, Gregory. What Do You Do with a Million Book Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cronon, William. The Public Practice of History in and for a Digital Age Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cronon, William. Why the Past Matters Man-Authored Article Visibility
Crymble, Adam. Does your historical collection need a database-driven website? Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cummings, A.S. and J.Jarrett. Only Typing? Informal Writing, Blogging, and the Academy Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Cummings, James. The Text Encoding Initiative Man-Authored Article Visibility
Cunfer, Geoff. Scaling the Dust Bowl Man-Authored Article Visibility
Dacos, Mairn. Manifeste des Digital humanities Man-Authored Article Visibility
Dalton, Derek. Dark Tourism and Crime Man-Authored Article Visibility
Darnton, Robert. The New Age of the Book Man-Authored Article Visibility
Davidson, Cathy. The Open Laptop Midterm Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Davies, Russell M. The Internet of Things and Yet Another Revolution Man-Authored Article Visibility
Dawson, Peter, Levy, Richard and Natasha Lyons. ‘Breaking the Fourth Wall’: 3D Virtual Worlds as Tools for Knowledge Repatriation in Archaeology Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Dearden, Lizzie. Jack the Ripper Museum sparks protest with 'offensive' Halloween event offering selfies serial killer and women's 'bodies' Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Deegan, Marilyn and Simon Tanner. Conversion of Primary Sources Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Delalande, Nicolas and Julien Vincent. Portrait de l’historien-ne en cyborg Man-Authored Article Visibility
Dewar, James A. The Information Age and the Printing Press Man-Authored Article Visibility
Digital History 1 Woman-Instructed Course Visibility
Digital History 2 Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Digital History 3 Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Digital History 4 Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Digital History 5 Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Digital Public History Man-Instructed Course Visibility
D’Ignazio, Catherine. What would feminist data visualization look like? Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Dima, Mariza, Hurcombe, Linda, and Mark Wright. Touching the Past: Haptic Augmented Reality for Museum Artifacts Visibility
Dodson, Sean. The Internet of Things Man-Authored Article Visibility
Dongwon, Jo. H-Mail and the Early Configuration of Online User Culture in Korea Man-Authored Article Visibility
Dorn, Sherman. Is Digital History More than an Argument about the Past? Man-Authored Article Visibility
Dougherty, Jack and Kristen Nawrotzki. Writing History in the Digital Age Neutral-Authored Book Visibility
Downes, Larry. The Tangled Web of Net Neutrality and Regulation Man-Authored Article Visibility
Dunkelman, Marc. What Data Can’t Convey Man-Authored Article Visibility
Dylla, Kimberly, Frischer, Bernard, Mueller, Pascal, Ulmer, Andreas and Simon Haegler. Rome Reborn 2.0: A Case Study of Virtual City Reconstruction Using Procedural Modeling Techniques Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Earley-Spadoni, Tiffany. Spatial History, deep mapping and digital storytelling: archaeology’s future imagined through an engagement with the Digital Humanities Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Earl, Nina. 3D Printing and the Open Source Movement Woman-Authored Article Visibility
East End Women's Museum. Fed Up with Jack the Ripper Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Elliot, Devon, MacDougall, Robert, and William J. Turkel. New Old Things Man-Authored Article Visibility
Elliott, Devon, Robert MacDougall, and William J. Turkel. New Old Things: Fabrication, Physical Computing, and Experiment in Historical Practice Visibility
Enriquez, Juan. The Glory of Big Data Man-Authored Article Visibility
Erlick, Nikki. 20,000-Year-Old Artifacts, 21st-Century Technology Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Exploration of the Digital Humanities Woman-Instructed Course Visibility
Farid. Photo Tampering throughout History Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Ferguson, Niall. How to Win a War Man-Authored Article Visibility
Fergusson. Sculpture of James Watt Created Using 3D Technology Man-Authored Article Visibility
Ferreira, Becky. How Games Are Changing the Museum Experience Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Fischer, Suzanne. Historical Diaries on Twitter Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Fischer, Suzanne. On the Vocation of Public History Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Fish, Elizabeth. Geek 101: What is Arduino? Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. Do 'the Risky Thing' in Digital Humanities Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. Generous Thinking Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. On Open Access Publishing Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. The Humanities, Done Digitally. Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Foster, Ian. How Computation Changes Research Man-Authored Article Visibility
Foster, Meg. Online and Plugged In? Public History and Historians in the Digital Age Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Francaviglia, Richard and Jerome L. Rodnitzky. Lights, Camera, History: Portraying the Past in Film Man-Authored Book Visibility
Fyfe, Paul. Technologies of Serendipity Man-Authored Article Visibility
Gaffield, Chad. Making an Archival Golden Age in the Changing World of Digital Scholarship Man-Authored Article Visibility
Gallagher, Paul. Scottish Laser Pioneers Lead Way in Preserving World Heritage Treasures Man-Authored Article Visibility
Gatta, Giorgia, Elisabetta Arioti, and Gabriele Bitelli. “Geomatics Science Applied to Cartographic Heritage and Archive Sources: A New Way to Explore the XIXth Century Gregorian Cadastre of Bologna (Italy), an Ante-Litteram 3D GIS.” Journal of Cultural Heritage 23, no. Complete (2017): 68–76. doi:10.1016/j.culher.2016.06.009. Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Geddes, Alistair and Ian N. Gregory. Toward Spatial Humanities Man-Authored Book Visibility
Gee et al. What’s a Distributed Social Network? Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Geist, Michael. Fairness Found: How Canada Quietly Shifted from Fair Dealing to Fair Use Man-Authored Article Visibility
Gibbs, Fred and Trevor J. Owens. Hermeneutics of Data and Historical Writing Man-Authored Article Visibility
Gibbs, Fred. Coding in the Humanities Man-Authored Article Visibility
Gillies, James and Robert Cailliau. How the Web was Born Man-Authored Article Visibility
Gilliland, Jason, Olson, Sherry and Danielle Gauvreau. Did Segregation Increase as the City Expanded? The Case of Montreal, 1881-1901 Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Gold, Matthew K. and Lauren F. Klein. Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016 Neutral-Authored Book Visibility
Google. Google Maps: The many dimensions of a modern map Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Grafton, Anthony. Loneliness and Freedom Man-Authored Article Visibility
Graham, Shawn. Behaviour Space: Simulating Roman Social Life and Civil Violence Man-Authored Article Visibility
Graham, Shawn, Eve, Stuart, Morgan, Colleen and Alexis Pantos. Hearin the Past. Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Graham, Shawn. How I Lost the Crowd: A Tale of Sorrow and Hope Man-Authored Article Visibility
Graham, Shawn, Massie, Guy, and Nadine Feuerherm. The HeritageCrowd Project: A Case Study in Crowdsourcing Public History Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Graham, Shawn, Massie, Guy, and Nadine Feuerherm. The HeritageCrowd Project: A Case Study in Crowdsourcing Public History Visibility
Graham, Shawn. Pulling Back the Curtain: Writing History Through Gaming Man-Authored Article Visibility
Graham, Shawn. The Sound of Data (a gentle introduction to sonification for historians) Man-Authored Article Visibility
Grandjean, Martin. Des outils de visualisation en sciences sociales Man-Authored Article Visibility
Grandjean, Martin. Introduction à la visualisation de données: l’analyse de réseau en histoire Man-Authored Article Visibility
Gugliotta, Guy. Deciphering Old Texts, One Woozy, Curvy Word at a Time Man-Authored Article Visibility
Guldi, Jo and David Armitage. The History Manifesto Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Gunkel, David J. Rethinking the Digital Remix: Mash‐ups and the Metaphysics of Sound Recording Man-Authored Article Visibility
Gutmann, Myron P. Beyond Social Science History: Population and Environment in the US Great Plains Man-Authored Article Visibility
Habermas, Juergen. The Public Sphere: An Encyclopedia Article Man-Authored Article Visibility
Hand, Eric. Culturomics: Word Play Man-Authored Article Visibility
Harkema, Craig, and Catherine Nygren. HistoryPin for Library Image Collections Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Harris, Jacob. Word Clouds Considered Harmful Man-Authored Article Visibility
Healy, Kieran. Using Metadata to Find Paul Revere Man-Authored Article Visibility
Heimburger, Franziska and Émilien Ruiz. Faire de l’histoire à l’ère numérique: retours d’expériences Visibility
Heimburger, Franziska and Émilien Ruiz. Faire de l’histoire à l’ère numérique: retours d’expériences Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Helft, Miguel. The Class That Built Apps, and Fortunes Man-Authored Article Visibility
Herring, Mark Y. 10 Reasons Why the Internet is No Substitute for a Library Man-Authored Article Visibility
High, Steven, Mills, Jessica J., and Stacey Zembrzycki, Telling Our Stories/Animating Our Past: A Status Report on Oral History and New Media Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Hinrichs, Uta, Alex, Beatrice, Clifford, Jim, Watson, Andrew, Quigley, Aaron, Klein, Ewan, and Colin M. Coates. Trading Consequences: A Case Study of Combining Text Mining and Visualization to Facilitate Document Exploration Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Histoire numérique Man-Instructed Course Visibility
History Lab Woman-Instructed Course Visibility
Hitchcock, Tim. Big Data for Dead People: Digital Readings and the Conundrums of Positivism Man-Authored Article Visibility
Hitchcock, Tim. Culturomics, Big Data, Code Breakers and the Casaubon Delusion Man-Authored Article Visibility
Hockey, Susan. The History of Humanities Computing Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Hogan, Mél. Dykes on Mykes: Podcasting and the Activist Archive Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Holley, Rose. Crowdsourcing: How and Why Should Libraries Do It? Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Hooland, Seth van, Verborgh, Ruben and Max De Wilde. Cleaning Data with OpenRefine Man-Authored Article Visibility
Horowitz, Damon. From Technologist to Philosopher Man-Authored Article Visibility
Howe, Jeff. The Rise of Crowdsourcing Man-Authored Article Visibility
Hoy, Ben. USER GUIDE: Building Borders on Aboriginal Lands 1860-1924 Man-Authored Article Visibility
Humanities Computing Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Hunt, Lynn. Writing History In The Global Era Woman-Authored Book Visibility
Hurley, Andrew. Chasing the Frontiers of Digital Technology: Public History Meets the Digital Divide Man-Authored Article Visibility
Hutson, Matthew. Finger devices let users ‘touch’ virtual objects Man-Authored Article Visibility
Indiana Outdoors. Follow the North Star Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Introduction to Digital History Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Intro to Digital History Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Ioannidis, Yannis, Balet, Olivier and Dimitrios Pandermalis. Tell me a story: augmented reality technology in museums Man-Authored Article Visibility
Jackson, Cornell. Using social network analysis to reveal unseen relationships in medieval Scotland Man-Authored Article Visibility
Jaschik, Scott. No More Plan B Man-Authored Article Visibility
Jean-Baptiste, Michel, Shen, Yuan Kui, Aiden, Aviva Presser, Veres, Adrian, Gray, Matthew K., The Google Books, Pickett, Joseph P., Hoiberg, Dale, Clancy, Dan, Norvig, Peter, Orwant, Jon, Pinker, Steven, Nowak, Martin A., and Erez Lieberman Aiden. Quantitative Analysis of Culture Using Millions of Digitized Books Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Jean-Baptiste, Michel, Shen, Yuan Kui, Aiden, Aviva Presser, Veres, Adrian, Gray, Matthew K., The Google Books, Pickett, Joseph P., Hoiberg, Dale, Clancy, Dan, Norvig, Peter, Orwant, Jon, Pinker, Steven, Nowak, Martin A., and Erez Lieberman Aiden. Quantitative Analysis of Culture Using Millions of Digitized Books Visibility
Jenkins, Henry. Collective Intelligence vs. The Wisdom of Crowds Man-Authored Article Visibility
Jenstad, Janelle. Using Early Modern Maps in Literary Studies: Views and Caveats from London Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Johnston, Leslie. Data is the New Black Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Jones, Jason B. The Creepy Treehouse Problem Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kahle, Brewster and Ana Parejo Vadillo. The Internet Archive: An Interview with Brewster Kahle Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Kaplan, Frédéric, Fournier, Mélanie, and Nuessli, Marc-Antoine. L’historien et l’algorithme Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Kaufmann, Micki. FORCE-DIRECTED DIAGRAM: MEMCONS AND TELCONS ‘TEXTPLOT’ Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Kaufman, Scott Eric. An Enthusiast’s View of Academic Blogs Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kee, Kevin and Nicki Darbyson. Creating and Using Virtual Environments to Promote Historical Thinking Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
Kee, Kevin and Timothy Compeau. Seeing the Past with Computers: Experiments with Augmented Reality and Computer Vision for History Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kee, Kevin, Graham, Shawn, Dunae, Patrick M., Lutz, John, Large, Andrew, Blondeau, Michel, and Mike Clare. Towards a Theory of Good History Through Gaming Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kelly. Analyzing Traffic Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kelly. Everything, Too Cheaply Metered Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kelly, Mills. True Facts or False Facts Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kelly. Pirates on YouTube Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kelly. Teaching Students to Commit Fraud Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kelly. Was the Last American Pirate ‘Authentic’? Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kelly. You Were Warned Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kelly. You Were Warned (cont’d) Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kelty, Christopher M. Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software Man-Authored Article Visibility
Khomami, Nadia. Museum billed as celebration of London women opens as Jack the Ripper exhibit Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Kirk, Andy. 298 Data Visualisation Resources Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kirschenbaum, Matthew G. What is Digital Humanities and What’s it Doing in English Departments? Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kirschenbaum, Matthew. Hello Worlds: Why Humanities Students Should Learn to Program Man-Authored Article Visibility
Kirschenbaum, Matthew. War, What is It Good For? Learning from Wargaming Man-Authored Article Visibility
Knowles, Anne Kelly. Decisive Moments in the Battle of Gettysburg Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Knowles, Anne Kelly. GIS and History Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Kotsko, Adam. A Skeptic's Take on Academic Blogs Man-Authored Article Visibility
Krause. Discovery Through Digitization Gender-Unknown Article Visibility
Kraus, Kari. Creative Futures Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Kraus, Kari. When Data Disappears Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Kucher, Kostiantyn and Andreas Kerren. Text Visualization Browser: A Visual Survey of Text Visualization Techniques Man-Authored Article Visibility
Landrum, Shane. Camera, Laptop, and What Else? Hacking Better Tools for the Short Archival Research Trip Man-Authored Article Visibility
Lanier, Jaron. Digital Maoism: The Hazards of the New Online Collectivism Man-Authored Article Visibility
LaPensée, Elizabeth. Video Games Encourage Indigenous Cultural Expression Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Laurenzio, Jessica Di. A Slow Start to a New Semester; Tying Up Loose Ends Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Lave, Jean and Etienne Wenger. Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation Neutral-Authored Book Visibility
Lazorchak, Butch. Unconferences Man-Authored Article Visibility
Leary, Patrick. Googling the Victorians Man-Authored Article Visibility
Leary, Patrick. Response: Search and Serendipity Man-Authored Article Visibility
Leon, Sharon. Returning Women to the History of Digital History Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Leon. Why Crowdsourcing? Why Scripto? Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Lessig, Lawrence. Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity Man-Authored Article Visibility
Leung, Wency. Life Murder and Bootleggers: Every House Tells a Story Woman-Authored Article Visibility
Liang, Li Shao, Yi-Ren, Lin and Arthur Hou-ming Huang. A Brief History of the Taiwanese Internet Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
L'informatique appliquée à l'histoire Man-Instructed Course Visibility
Liu, Alan. Friending the past: The sense of history and social computing. Man-Authored Article Visibility
Lutz, John, Dunae, Patrick A., Gilliland, Jason, Lafreniere, Don, and Megan Harvey. Turning Space Inside Out: Spatial History and Race in Victorian Victoria Neutral-Authored Article Visibility
MacDonald, Kat. Darkness on the Edge of Town Woman-Authored Article Visibility
MacDougall, Robert. The People's Network: The Political Economy of the Telephone in the Gilded Age Man-Authored Article Visibility
MacDougall, Rob. History at Play Man-Authored Article Visibility
MacDougall, Rob. Lies Here Man-Authored Article Visibility
MacDougall, Rob. Pastplay Man-Authored Article Visibility
MacDougall, Rob. Seeing Like SimCity Man-Authored Article Visibility
MacDougall, Rob. Tecumsehs Curse (Chapter 1) Man-Authored Article Visibility
MacDougall, Rob. The Action Figure Curriculum Man-Authored Article Visibility
MacDougall, Rob. This is Not a Game Man-Authored Article Visibility
MacDougall, Rob. Toys Not Games Man-Authored Article Visibility
Machlis, Sharon. 22 Free Tools for Data Visualization and Analysis Woman-Authored Article Visibility
MacManus, Richard. Top 5 Web Trends of 2009: Mobile Web & Augmented Reality Man-Authored Article Visibility
Manoff, Marlene. Archive and Database as Historical Record Woman-Authored Article Visibility
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Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. Do 'the Risky Thing' in Digital Humanities
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. On Open Access Publishing
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Gallagher, Paul. Scottish Laser Pioneers Lead Way in Preserving World Heritage Treasures
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Gee et al. What’s a Distributed Social Network?
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Gibbs, Fred and Trevor J. Owens. Hermeneutics of Data and Historical Writing
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Gibbs, Fred. Coding in the Humanities
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Grafton, Anthony. Loneliness and Freedom
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Graham, Shawn, Massie, Guy, and Nadine Feuerherm. The HeritageCrowd Project: A Case Study in Crowdsourcing Public History
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Gugliotta, Guy. Deciphering Old Texts, One Woozy, Curvy Word at a Time
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Hand, Eric. Culturomics: Word Play
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Harris, Jacob. Word Clouds Considered Harmful
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Helft, Miguel. The Class That Built Apps, and Fortunes
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Hitchcock, Tim. Culturomics, Big Data, Code Breakers and the Casaubon Delusion
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Horowitz, Damon. From Technologist to Philosopher
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Howe, Jeff. The Rise of Crowdsourcing
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Jaschik, Scott. No More Plan B
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Jenkins, Henry. Collective Intelligence vs. The Wisdom of Crowds
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Johnston, Leslie. Data is the New Black
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kaufman, Scott Eric. An Enthusiast’s View of Academic Blogs
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kelly. Analyzing Traffic
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kelly. Everything, Too Cheaply Metered
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kelly. Pirates on YouTube
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kelly. Teaching Students to Commit Fraud
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kelly. Was the Last American Pirate ‘Authentic’?
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kelly. You Were Warned
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kelly. You Were Warned (cont’d)
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kelty, Christopher M. Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kirschenbaum, Matthew. Hello Worlds: Why Humanities Students Should Learn to Program
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kirschenbaum, Matthew. War, What is It Good For? Learning from Wargaming
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kotsko, Adam. A Skeptic's Take on Academic Blogs
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Krause. Discovery Through Digitization
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kraus, Kari. Creative Futures
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Kraus, Kari. When Data Disappears
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Landrum, Shane. Camera, Laptop, and What Else? Hacking Better Tools for the Short Archival Research Trip
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Lanier, Jaron. Digital Maoism: The Hazards of the New Online Collectivism
Intro to Digital History AssignsTextbook Lave, Jean and Etienne Wenger. Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Lazorchak, Butch. Unconferences
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Leon. Why Crowdsourcing? Why Scripto?
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Leung, Wency. Life Murder and Bootleggers: Every House Tells a Story
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle MacDougall, Rob. History at Play
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle MacDougall, Rob. Lies Here
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle MacDougall, Rob. Pastplay
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle MacDougall, Rob. Seeing Like SimCity
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle MacDougall, Rob. Tecumsehs Curse (Chapter 1)
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Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Machlis, Sharon. 22 Free Tools for Data Visualization and Analysis
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle MacManus, Richard. Top 5 Web Trends of 2009: Mobile Web & Augmented Reality
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Manovich, Lev. Style Space
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle McGonigal, Jane. Why I Love Bees: A Case Study in Collective Intelligence Gaming
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Might, Matt. The Illustrated Guide to a PhD
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Moesch, Jarah. Code Concepts 1: Performing the Algorithm
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Nowviskie, Bethany. Eternal September of the Digital Humanities
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Pink, Daniel H. Think Tank: Why We All Need a ‘To Don’t’ List, Just Like Moses
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Posner, Miram. Batch-Processing Photos from Your Archive Trip
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Ramsay, Stephen. On Building
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Ramsay, Stephen. Who’s In and Who’s Out
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Reisz, Matthew. Google Leads Search for Humanities PhD Graduates
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Robertson, Stephen. Putting Harlem on the Map
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Rogers, Garrett. Google Earth in 4D
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Rogers, Simon. Data Journalism Broken Down
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Rosenzweig, Roy. Can History Be Open Source? Wikipedia and the Future of the Past
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Rosenzweig, Roy. Scarcity or Abundance? Preserving the Past in a Digital Era
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Rosenzweig, Roy. Should Historical Scholarship Be Free?
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Rosenzweig, Roy. The Road to Xanadu: Public and Private Pathways on the History Web
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Sadun, Erica. Yahoo Pipes: Getting Started with Custom RSS Feeds
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Sample, Mark. Platform Studies as Historical Inquiry, or, Videogames Bleed History
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Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Schmidt. Theory First
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Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Schulman, Ari N. GPS and the End of the Road
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Sherratt, Tim. Every Story Has a Beginning
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Shirky, Clay. Power Laws, Weblogs, and Inequality
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Simpkin, Sarah. Georeferencing Effectively on the Cheap
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Sinclair, Stéfan. The (Nearly) Immediate Gratification of Playing with Geospatial Data
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Spiro, Lisa. Getting Started in the Digital Humanities
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Stallman. The Free Software Definition
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Sterling, Bruce. Augmented Reality: Historical Reconstruction
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Sterling, Bruce. Dumbing Down Smart Objects
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Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Sterling, Bruce. Understanding the Spime
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Stray, Jonathan. A Computational Journalism Reading List
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Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Sullivan, Danny. When OCR Goes Bad: Google’s Ngram Viewer and the F-Word
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Terras, Melissa. Present, Not Voting: Digital Humanities in the Panopticon
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Torrone, Phillip. Is it Time to Rebuild and Retool Public Libraries and Make ‘TechShops’?
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Turkel, William J. Going Digital
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Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Udell, Jon. Seven Ways to Think Like the Web
Intro to Digital History AssignsArticle Unsworth, John. Scholarly Primitives
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