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Network Visualization with Palladio

This workshop will introduce participants to the network visualization software, Palladio, through structured exercises with a prepared data set.

Participants will learn:

  • How data needs to be structured and prepared for network visualization
  • Palladio basics
  • Basic network analysis

Please bring your laptop. Feel free to bring your lunch as well. We will be meeting in the Digital Tool Shed, which is on the 2nd floor of the Library, Mudd side, just past the services desk and to the left. Questions? Contact the instructor at Ashley_Sanders@cuc.claremont.edu.

DH Spring Symposium 2017

Critical DH explores the intersections between activism, social justice, and the Digital Humanities in the vein of Paulo Freire and bell hooks. This event, co-sponsored with the Claremont Colleges Library Dean’s Action Committee on Diversity & Inclusivity, celebrates the work of Southern California scholars who are using DH tools and methods to advance social justice with their students. It also offers ideas for those who are interested in engaging in similar work.

Our keynote speakers, Patty Ahn, Assistant Professor of Communication at UC San Diego and Bergis Jules, University & Political Papers Archivist at UC Riverside, will present on  courses that focus on social media responses to the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency and the Doc Now project, respectively.

Tentative Schedule:

9:30-10:00: Coffee

10:00-10:30: Welcome and Introductory Remarks

10:30-11:15: Patty Ahn: Courses that explore media activism under Trump’s First 100 Days in office.

11:15 – 11:25: Break

11:30-12:25: Bergis Jules: Documenting the Now Project

12:25: Closing Remarks

12:30-1:45: Break for Lunch

1:45-3:30: Omeka Workshop (Omeka is a digital repository & exhibit builder, as well as a web-publishing platform.)

 

Feel free to come to any or all of these events!

Introduction to Topic Modeling

This workshop will introduce participants to basic topic modeling software, through structured exercises.

Participants will learn:

  • What topic modeling is and what you can do with it.
  • Topic modeling software basics
  • How to interpret the results that topic modeling algorithms produce

Please bring your laptop. Feel free to bring your lunch as well. We will be meeting in the Digital Tool Shed, which is on the 2nd floor of the Library, Mudd side, just past the services desk and to the left. Questions? Contact the instructor at Ashley_Sanders@cuc.claremont.edu.

DH Summer Institute: GIS

Geospatial Information Systems (GIS)

Instructors: Warren Roberts & Brian Hilton

Millikan Room 1181, Pomona College

9:30-3:30 daily

Please bring your laptop and cash for lunch.

The first two days of each of this DH Methods Workshop will be devoted to structured lessons, while the third day will allow participants to apply what they have learned to their own projects.

DH Summer Institute: Digital Storytelling

Digital Storytelling

Instructors: Alex Margolin & Sonia Chaidez

Millikan Room 1249, Pomona College

10:00-4:00 daily

The first two days of each of this DH Methods Workshop will be devoted to structured lessons, while the third day will allow participants to apply what they have learned to their own projects.

Please bring your laptop, camera phone (if you have one) and cash for lunch.

DH@CC Open House

This event will introduce the Claremont Colleges Community to DH team members, available technology, physical spaces, and the kinds of support that the team can offer.

It will also serve as a general introduction to DH for incoming students as well, and will throw a spotlight on the resources the library and the DH Studio has to offer.

 

FMI: Ashley_Sanders@cuc.claremont.edu

 

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