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Spatial Digital Humanities: A Toolkit

Spatial Digital Humanities: A Toolkit
9 King's College Circle, Gerstein Library, Room 2320
Time: Feb 14th, 2:00 pm End: Feb 16th, 4:30 pm
Interest Categories: Visual Studies (UTM), Medieval Studies (FAS), Information, Faculty of, Digital Art/Humanities, Arts, Culture and Media (UTSC), Art (FAS), 400-1200, 2000-, 1500-1800, 1200-1500

Spatial Digital Humanities: A Toolkit

Curious about DH projects, tool, and methodologies? Interested in learning about digital collections, visualization, mapping, 3D printing, and augmented/virtual reality, and in earning your Centre for Medieval Studies DH Letter of Confirmation (for 4+ workshops attended from this series), in only three days? Whether you are a faculty member, postdoctoral fellow, graduate student, librarian, or undergraduate student, you are most welcome to join us.

Just in time for St. Valentine's Day, Jacquelyn Clements, Elizabeth Parke, and Alexandra Bolintineanu are running a series of DH workshops focused on digital collections, visualization, mapping, 3D printing, and augmented/virtual reality.  You'll have the opportunity to build your own digital collection and map, visualize data sets, attend a demo of 3D printing, and learn about AR/VR(augmented/virtual reality) in a cultural heritage context.

Time: 14-16 February, 2017 (please see schedule)
Place: Gerstein Lab (room 2320); 2nd floor, Gerstein Library
Registration (free for U of T, mandatory): please sign up.
Computers will be available for participants (Windows); if you prefer, you can use your own laptop.

This event is free. Registration IS MANDATORY.

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