Bridging the Gap Between Quantitative and Qualitative Research in Digital Newspaper Archives

by Thomas Smits on DIGITAL HUMANITIES NOW Since the early 2000s, humanities 3.0, as Rens Bod has called it, was posited as being able to discover new patterns, mostly over long periods of time, that were overlooked by traditional qualitative approaches. A study by a team of academics led by Professor Nello Christianini of the University of … Read more…

The Research Librarian of the Future: data scientist and co-investigator

In the article by The London School of Economics ans Political Science, Jeannette Ekstrom, Mikael Elbaek, Chris Erdmann and Ivo Grigorov discuss the disconnect between how research librarians see their role and its responsibilities and how theses are viewed by their faculty colleages. They rein in on their ideas on how the research librarian of … Read more…

Uniting Digital Scholars

The newly formed Digital Humanities Student Scholars (DHHS) is an organization aimed at uniting graduate students across disciplines who are interested in digital scholarship. A new article written by Sam Settimio on The Official Blog of the Syracuse University iSchool, goes into more details: “The Digital Humanities Student Scholars (DHSS) is a burgeoning new group … Read more…

How the University of Nebraska Remains Relevant in Digital Humanities

When the Text Studies Committee at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln began discussing the internet’s impact on education and research in 1995, they were not seeking to become leaders in the digital humanities arena. In fact, the term hadn’t even been coined. They were simply trying to stay with the times. But by creating the E-Text … Read more…

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