EVENTS

Calendar

Mar 15 @ 4:15 pm – 4:45 pm
4:15 pm
This is a time to get a quick demo of a digital scholarship tool; today’s tool is Antconc (http://www.laurenceanthony.net/software/antconc/), for corpus and textual analysis. Come get a walk-through of what this tool is useful for.[...]
Digital Scholarship Lab, Main Library
Mar 22 – Mar 23 all-day
12:00 am
Join presenters and attendees from around the world for a 1.5 day Symposium on issues relating to the humanities and the digital from a global perspective! This Symposium is free and open to the public.[...]
Green Room, Main Library
2:00 pm
Have you ever lost a project file? Been unable to find the most recent version of a document? Suffered hard drive failure or had your laptop stolen? Been unable to open old files? Been told[...]
Digital Scholarship Lab, Main Library
Apr 3 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
2:00 pm
Twine is a powerful yet accessible tool for creating text-based games and interactive fictions that has many potentials for classrooms of all kinds. Twine has been used to create notable games such as the award-winning,[...]
Digital Scholarship Lab, Main Library
5:00 pm
This semester, there will be two social events for Grad students interested in Digital Humanities. These socials are open to any grad student, regardless of discipline! There will be sandwiches, soda, and dessert provided, so[...]
Apr 19 @ 4:15 pm – 4:45 pm
4:15 pm
This is a time to get a quick demo of a digital scholarship tool; today’s tool is Voyant (http://voyant-tools.org/), for textual analysis and visualization. Come get a walk-through of what this tool is useful for.[...]
Digital Scholarship Lab, Main Library
Sep 6 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
3:30 pm
This introductory workshop provides Digital Humanities beginners with an overview of Digital Humanities values, project examples, and a chance to try some beginner tools and techniques. Presented by Devin Higgins, Megan Kudzia, Kristen Mapes, and[...]
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library)
12:00 pm
Hear from recipients of Digital Humanities Summer Seed Grant funding. Learn about The Longhua Civilian Assembly Center project, and the Digital & Community Publishing Collective.
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library)
Sep 25 @ 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
11:30 am
The Library of Congress’s Chronicling America project has digitized and published 13.5 million pages of US newspapers from 1789 to 1963. Many people use their interface to search and browse images of the pages, but[...]
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library)
Oct 5 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
3:30 pm
At this workshop, we will carry out rubric-guided test playing with a set of browser-based games. This will, in turn, help us gain an experiential understanding of game design, which we will then discuss through[...]
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library)
Oct 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
Hear from recipients of Digital Humanities Summer Seed Grant funding. Learn about The Weeping Season film and the Bhakti Virtual Archive project.
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library)
6:00 pm
For more than 20 years, Sol Sender has been honing the expertise required to be just such a partner—and has put it into practice shaping, strengthening and transforming some of the world’s leading brands. With[...]
Abrams Planetarium
Oct 23 @ 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
11:30 am
Stop by for a short workshop that will introduce you to a simple tool that you can get started using during the workshop. This Tool Time’s focus is on TAGS: The Twitter Archiving google Sheet.[...]
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library)
3:30 pm
This workshop explores Regular Expressions, a programming tool for batch editing text and code. Participants will get an overview and an opportunity to experiment with Regular Expressions techniques. Led by Megan Kudzia and Tianyi Kou.
REAL Classroom, 3 West Instruction Room (Main Library)
Nov 13 @ 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
11:30 am
This is a time to get a quick demo of a digital scholarship tool; today we’re turning Tool Time over to the group for a rapid fire roundup of tools. Facilitated by Megan Kudzia.
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library)
4:00 pm
Biosemiotics, as developed by Jesper Hoffmeyer, Wendy Wheeler, Terence Deacon and others, has made a convincing case that all lifeforms participate in the exchange, interpretation, and circulation of meanings, even for organisms that do not[...]
Green Room (Main Library)
6:00 pm
A Fellow of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Maria’s talent and achievements as a designer over the last 25 years have been recognized by some of the profession’s most notable organizations and publications: Communication Arts, Graphis[...]
Abrams Planetarium
12:00 pm
About the speaker: Kellie Rae Carter leads user research for the Customer 360 product at Salesforce, the world’s #1 relationship management (CRM) platform.
Digital Scholarship Lab @ MSU Main Library
Nov 29 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
3:00 pm
LOCUS is a forum for students, faculty and researchers to present works in progress, share ideas, and build relationships. Each LOCUS is built around a broad yet distinct theme, method, or topic. It is offered[...]
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library)
Dec 6 – Dec 7 all-day
12:00 am
As educators and practitioners in the educational sphere, we must think about accessibility as an issue of access and inclusion, and about creating equitable experiences for all learners. This year, the Accessible Learning Conference (ALC) explores accessibility (a11y)[...]
Kellogg Center
4:00 pm
A special presentation by Professor Kayla Wheeler, Assistant Professor of African American Studies and Digital Studies at Grand Valley State University at MSU’s International Center regarding Black Islam and Hip Hop.
MSU International Center, Room 303