Digital Soundings: Expanding Digital Networks and Scholarship at UNCW
Digital Soundings: Expanding Digital Networks and Scholarship at UNCW is a seminar series designed to foster and build on interdisciplinary research success at UNCW by providing faculty with opportunities to participate in hands-on workshops, collaborative working groups, and lectures with leading practitioners in the fields of computational text analysis and data visualization.
Second Spring 2021 Workshop and DH Virtual Q&A
Introduction to Digital Mapping - Jeff Essic and Walt Gurley (NCSU)
Registration for this workshop closes on 3/19/21.
Four Sessions: March 29, April 5, 12, and 19 (2:00-3:30 pm)
This workshop will introduce participants to geospatial data and digital mapping using ArcGIS software and ESRI Story Maps. The workshop will consist of synchronous instructional sessions via Zoom and independent exercises. The workshop is open to all UNCW faculty, and no prior knowledge or experience is necessary. Registration will open later this spring.
Virtual Q&A with Paul Fyfe - Friday, March 19, 3:00-4:00 pm
Join us for an hour of open discussion with Paul Fyfe (NCSU) on Friday, March 19 from 3:00-4:00 p.m. on Zoom (meeting info below). During the Q&A, you'll have a chance to engage with Paul and to learn more about the ideas and projects discussed in the two lectures shared below and his extensive work in digital humanities. Paul is an internationally recognized expert in Victorian literature and digital humanities and an engaging and collegial scholar. We hope you'll join us!
Meeting URL: https://uncw.zoom.us/j/89721589866 | Meeting ID: 897 2158 9866 | Passcode: 547636
Digital Soundings is supported by funding from the Office of the Associate Provost for Research and Innovation's Interdisciplinary Research Seminar Series (IRSS) grant program and is co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and Randall Library. The project team includes co-PIs Kemille Moore, Ashley Knox, Jennifer Lozano, and John Knox and faculty partners Gene Felice, Mark Lammers, Brittany Morago, and Jeremy Tirrell.
For more information about this seminar, visit the Digital Soundings page.