THATCamp Midwest @ Purdue University Fort Wayne will take place from 9:00am until 4:00pm, followed by optional discussion time. Note: THATCamp Midwest @ Purdue Fort Wayne will function a bit differently than the usual THATCamp as there will be more focus on learning about digital humanities and scholarship, which means we will have more structure and pre-scheduled sessions.
The day will include brief presentations, panel discussions, and workshops covering topics including: metadata tagging, social networking and data visualization, digital collections, digital project management, animation, augmented reality, and incorporating digital projects in classes/programs.
|9:20-9:50||Troy J. Bassett: DH and Victorian Fiction Database|
|9:50-10:10||Ann Morrison Spinney: “Tagging and Teaching with YouTube World Music”|
|10:10-10:50||Art Herbig: Digital Spaces for Research|
|11:00-11:30||Panel discussion on creating and completing digital projects|
|11:30-12:20||Montenegro/Ushenko: “Andrea Mantegna’s Wedding Chamber” (This session will be located in LB 41)|
|1:00-1:20||Lee Roberts: “Witch’s Soup”: Digital Animations for the Classroom|
|1:20-1:40||Deanna Wooley: Public History|
|1:40-2:10||Panel discussion on incorporating digital projects in classes|
|2:20-3:10||Malanson/Kim: “Seeker: A Visual Analytic Tool for Humanities Research” (play session)|
|3:10-4:00||Matthew Hannah: DH+ Archives and Omeka Workshop|
|4:00-5:00||Reception and discussion of next steps|