Category Archive: Session: Teach

Nov 08

SLU Center for Digital Humanities

In the last few years, Saint Louis University has generated some great tools and projects for research. At the least, I am willing to share T-PEN our tool for transcription of digital images and discuss/demo the Tradamus tool that is forthcoming (April 2014) that seeks to be a modular, but end-to-end solution for creating a …

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Nov 08

XML, OAC, RDF, JSON-LD and the king stood: the universe is metadata

The Open Annotation Collaboration¬†published a data model in February that should be recognized as disruptive. JavaScript Object Notation for Linked Data whose 1.0 specifications landed November 5th (Tuesday) is another in a cluster of W3C standards that show digital objects are beginning to exist as real things that try to completely represent tangible artifacts and …

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Nov 07

Introduction to QGIS

I would love a beginner’s introduction to using QGIS if anyone knows how to use it and wants to teach it.¬† QGIS is a free Geographical Information System software.

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