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Twine Workshop 9/13

Twine is a simple-to-use web-based platform for writing electronic literature and video games. It's fun and extremely easy to use--someone without any coding experience will be able to make a game in an hour. 

Bring your laptop and creativity. DH Center laptops will also be available for use.

Led by Kristin Herr (SDSU class of 2018). 

New Models for Scholarly Publishing

"Documenting Human Rights Violations in 3D: New Models for Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Humanities"
Angel David Nieves, Associate Professor of History & Digital Humanities
 

Digital Humanities Center, LA 61 (bottom of the Dome)

DH@SDSU Faculty Research Lightning Talks

Today @ 4 pm in the DH Center.

Lightning Talks

Digital Humanities Faculty Research Group

The faculty research group of DH@SDSU is a reading group that serves as the central hub for building a research community around topic and questions related to Digital Humanities. Faculty from across disciplines meet once-a-month (and over lunch!) to discuss readings in the field of digital humanities. In the process, we are creating a cohort of research faculty interested in exploring how traditional humanities matter in and for our digital world.

Digital Humanities Faculty Research Group: Ethical OS

The faculty research group of DH@SDSU is a reading group that serves as the central hub for building a research community around topic and questions related to Digital Humanities. Faculty from across disciplines meet once-a-month (and over lunch!) to discuss readings in the field of digital humanities. In the process, we are creating a cohort of research faculty interested in exploring how traditional humanities matter in and for our digital world.

Digital Humanities Faculty Research Group: A Third University is Possible

The faculty research group of DH@SDSU is a reading group that serves as the central hub for building a research community around topic and questions related to Digital Humanities. Faculty from across disciplines meet once-a-month (and over lunch!) to discuss readings in the field of digital humanities. In the process, we are creating a cohort of research faculty interested in exploring how traditional humanities matter in and for our digital world.

Visual Thinking Strategies Symposium

The Center for Visual Literacies at San Diego State University invites you to the Visual Thinking Strategies Symposium

Break out sessions by teachers, researchers and museum educators. Keynote by Philip Yenawine, Co-creator of Visual Thinking Strategies.

Free regisrtation: tinyurl.com/y9kd2gyq

Digital Humanities Showcase and DH Center Grand Opening

Today from 10-2 in the DH Center.

DH Showcase

Common Experience: Virtual Reality in Education

Part of the Common Experience: Imagination program, this event features TED-esque talks and a panel discussion by 5-6 faculty from around campus using virtual and immersive technologies in their courses. Following the discussion there will be small break-out demos to give a hands on experience to the attendees.

Friday, April 20 from 10am-12pm in the Digital Humanities Center - LA 61 (Bottom of the Dome)

English Graduate Symposium: (Re)Visioning Difference

Today from 9 am - 4 pm in the DH Center.

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