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‘Digital Humanities’

Meet the CFT’s HASTAC Scholar Zoe LeBlanc

Nov. 13, 2012—This year the CFT is proud to sponsor history doctoral student Zoe LeBlanc as a HASTAC Scholar. HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory) is a global network of individuals and institutions that come together to share, collaborate, and learn through online forums, blogs, conferences, social media and other channels of communication. The HASTAC...

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THATCamp Vanderbilt University to Take Place November 2-3

Oct. 10, 2012—THATCamp Vanderbilt University will take place November 2-3 The Center for Second Language Studies, Center for Teaching, Curb Center for Art, Enterprise & Public Policy, and Warren Center’s Digital Humanities Seminar will co-host THATCamp Vanderbilt University. THATCamp stands for “The Humanities and Technology Camp.” It is an unconference: an open, inexpensive meeting where humanists and technologists...

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Opportunities for Graduate Students in Digital Humanities

Aug. 27, 2012—The HASTAC Scholar program is a great opportunity for graduate students in the humanities with interests in the use of digital technologies in teaching and scholarship. The CFT will sponsor one of the four 2012-13 HASTAC Scholars, with our Scholar undertaking a survey of technology use by Vanderbilt graduate students in their teaching here on...

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Episode 34 – Student Learning on Display: Interactive Photo Exhibit

Aug. 15, 2012—In an effort to better understand student learning, particularly deep learning, as it occurs at Vanderbilt, the CFT is producing a special series of podcasts highlighting student projects across a variety of disciplines. In this episode, we join CFT Assistant Director Nancy Chick, as she talks with Emily Cook, the 2011-12 Dean’s Fellow, about her...

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Call for Applications – THATCamp Southeast 2011 – Due January 9th

Dec. 27, 2010—THATCamp Southeast is a free “unconference” for anyone working at the intersection of the humanities and technology. (THATCamp = The Humanities and Technology Camp.) It will be held at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 4-6, 2011. We’re currently accepting applications from students, faculty, librarians, technologists, museum professionals, archivists, and anyone else who is...

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