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DigLibArts 2020: “Only Connect”

Ubiquitous technology challenges us to ponder and practice the values that motivate¬†us as individuals and unite us as a community. Digital technology can isolate¬†us. With headphones in place, screens held up to our eyes, and thoughts far away from the present moment, we can ignore the person sitting next to us. Focused on recording a …

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Digital Humanities or Digital Liberal Arts?

What is the Digital Humanities (DH)? [T]he digital humanities today is about a scholarship (and a pedagogy) that is publicly visible in ways to which we are generally unaccustomed, a scholarship and pedagogy that are bound up with infrastructure in ways that are deeper and more explicit than we are generally accustomed to, a scholarship …

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