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Text Encoding Medieval Manuscripts: Dr Matthew J. Driscoll and Professor Elena Pierazzo

The workshop with Dr Matthew J. Driscoll, ‘Fundamentals of Text Encoding and Medieval Manuscripts’, took place on 14-15 March 2015

This two-day workshop gave medievalist-focused training on the theory and practice of encoding in XML using the… 222 more words

DHARMa report

We’re pleased to see the recent announcement of the release of the final report of the DHARMa project. This was a project looking at questions raised by research data in the humanities in Oxford and especially its preservation; the DMLBS project contributed to this as a case study last year. 117 more words

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The agony and the ecstasy of discussion boards

A long time ago, I tried to use the Blackboard discussion board. I quickly decided I would rather push needles into my eyes than do that again. 579 more words

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Digital Humanities, Story times, and the "End of Term" Classes.

This morning marked the last day of end of term classes for me. It has certainly been a journey so far! Next semester, being my last, will be a semester to remember as well. 336 more words

Racer as Advocate: Tim Johnson

“Our goal with the Ride on Washington, and this year’s Ride on Chicago, is to raise awareness of bicycle advocacy and its efforts nationwide among the racing community.” 567 more words


Project Proposal Assignment Sheet


Answer these questions with your group members.  Email me your answers by 10am on Tuesday, April 21st.


1. What methodology are you using for your project? 163 more words

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