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On Saturday, November 9, Washington University in St. Louis hosted a lively (and successful?) THATCamp: THATCamp St. Louis, 2013. One of the first sessions combined two suggested topics: “Beginners in the Digital Humanities” and “Subject Librarian DH boot camp,” which … Continue reading
Thanks to all who attended and who organized, especially the thoughtful and thorough Olin Library staff. There’s always some kind of magic at a THATCamp, including the mystery that there will never be enough information to know in advance about … Continue reading
We want to thank everyone who participated in and lead sessions at THATCampSTL. You all made it a great day!
Relational databases (RBDMS) have a well defined role to play in the digital humanities. It is recognized that the rows and columns of a well-designed database can provide valuable insight to data. However, as datasets continue to move towards the … Continue reading
If Zane Gray wrote business textbooks: Obviously, these standards enter into the valley lilies; he knew himself in this country in our ideals and our policies for educating future business executive requires those fine qualities of mind that Oldring’s intimidations … Continue reading
Among the many cultural heritage materials that are now in digital form are things that were organized as “data” in some sense even before they were digital: reference works, indexes, directories, concordances, censuses, inventories, card catalogues, etc. I’ve worked on … Continue reading
THATCamp STL is being planned! The event will be hosted at Washington University in St. Louis. The date is November 9, 2013. More details will be published here when known. If you are interested or have questions, please contact us.