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A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is a community documentation project that brings together digital humanists from around the world to document what they do on one day, typically March 18. The goal of the project, which has been run three times since 2009, is to bring...
Bieber, Mark, Dobson, Teresa, Brown, Susan, Blandford, Ann, Rodriguez, Omar, Giacometti, Alejandro, Sondheim, Daniel, Ranaweera, Kamal, Fiorentino, Carlos, Rockwell, Geoffrey, Ilovan, Mihaela, Ruecker, Stan, Nelson, Brent, Sinclair, Stéfan, Windsor, Jennifer, Radzikowska, Milena, Faisal, Sarah, Frizzera, Luciano, Michura, Piotr
This article discusses a set of prototypes currently being designed and created by the Interface Design team of the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) project. These prototypes attempt to supplement the user experience in reading digital scholarly editions, by supporting a set of...
Justifications and legal considerations for repatriation of First Nations material culture in CanadaDownload
Introduction: The topic of repatriation of cultural items creates some discomfort as it may generate polarized perspectives and bring into focus issues of intercultural understanding, ethics, law, politics, knowledge, power, values, and economics. Questions such as “Who owns culture? Whose...
Despite the critically reflective work of the past decade, we think that many theorists have not gone far enough In urging a re-orientation In design models In which Inter-lnstltutlonal teams must work cooperatively over a long period of time. One essential way in which the design process in a...
During 1988-1989 the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta, and the Instructional Processes group from Edmonton Public Schools undertook a collaborative project to design and produce a level II interactive videodisc on questioning strategies in the classroom. This paper tells a little...