- Date: October 30th & 31st
- Time: Tuesday 10-2; Wednesday 10-12
- Place: Price Science Commons Visualization Lab (B006)
Celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein by trying out some entry-level data visualization techniques! Use Voyant Tools to decide whether the monster should be called Frankenstein, Frankenstein’s Monster, or something else altogether. Use Palladio to map events in the novel and connect places in time. Record yourself reading part of the novel and use Sonic Visualiser to interpret the sound.
This is a come and go event and is open to everyone.
- Friday, October 19, 3:00-4:30pm
- PSC Visualization Lab, Price Science Commons & Research Library
This workshop will introduce humanities scholars to the Visualization Lab’s 50-million-pixel screen. The Viz Lab’s wall-sized screen is ideal for displaying archival sources at high resolution, presenting interactive visualizations, and exhibiting students’ digital projects. This instructional workshop is perfect for beginners and will be particularly useful for scholars of visual and print culture, or those interested in incorporating digital tools in humanities courses.
Friday, April 27, 2018
This workshop provided practical ideas on how to incorporate podcasting into teaching and scholarship. I designed and led a step-by-step demonstration on recording, editing, and uploading a podcast to iTunes using Audacity, UO Blogs, and Feedburner.