Workspaces 2015

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Final Prototypes: Fall 2015

Caitlin McKenna

A History of the Glitch

Jennifer Pleska

Slavery in New York: Steps to Emancipation

Joanna Price

Yearn

Christina Thompson

CuratExperience

Project Proposal

Going into brainstorming ideas for this project, I knew I wanted to relate it to museums, I just did not know how. I considered the idea of a digital exhibition but could not […]

Defining Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities is the term used to define the interdisciplinary work that encompasses, but is not limited to, the digital work including theory, methods, and creation in the humanities (language, philosophy, history, etc.). […]

Final Prototypes: Fall 2015

Caitlin McKenna

A History of the Glitch

Jennifer Pleska

Slavery in New York: Steps to Emancipation

Joanna Price

Yearn

Christina Thompson

CuratExperience

Digital Exhibition: A History of the Glitch

Here is a link to my digital exhibition, “A History of the Glitch” on Artsteps.com:

ArtSteps: A History of the Glitch

A History of the Glitch- Historiography and Process

Digital Humanities Historiography

In his paper Thing Theory, Bill Brown argues for a radical separation between the thing and the object. In short, he observes that objects are constituted as much or more by […]

Digital Project Thesis

My visual history of the glitch will be designed around two interrelated statements:

  1. Glitches display distinct patterns of emergence in systems. Although when a glitch will emerge in a system is unpredictable, both software users and […]

Final Prototypes: Fall 2015

Caitlin McKenna

A History of the Glitch

Jennifer Pleska

Slavery in New York: Steps to Emancipation

Joanna Price

Yearn

Christina Thompson

CuratExperience

Digital Project Thesis

Path to Freedom: Slavery in Manhattan and Brooklyn combines a smartphone application based walking tour with GPS tracking capabilities with a supplementary digital archive to convey the history of one of the nation’s most divisive […]

New York City Historical Walking Tour Smartphone Application

Description and Plan

The digital humanities project for the Fall 2015 semester covers the topic of the American Civil War in New York City. The project will take the form of a walking tour available through […]

Digital Humanities – a developing field that combines the intellectual theory of humanities and the practical applications of computing; encourages collaboration among both academically-trained professionals and amateurs in professions with self-taught skills; creates products that […]

Final Prototypes: Fall 2015

Caitlin McKenna

A History of the Glitch

Jennifer Pleska

Slavery in New York: Steps to Emancipation

Joanna Price

Yearn

Christina Thompson

CuratExperience

Resources for Final Project – Yearn

Example Database Diagram:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/u7ap7kzdvu283iy/Database%20Diagram.pdf?dl=0

Practical:
http://www.fastcodesign.com/1670556/are-some-fonts-more-believable-than-others

http://www.comentum.com/guide-to-web-application-development.html

http://webdevchecklist.com/

https://circle.ubc.ca/bitstream/handle/2429/38785/OBrien_Toms_2008_What_is_user_engagement.pdf?sequence=1

O’Brien, Heather L., and Elaine G. Toms. “What is user engagement? A conceptual framework for defining user engagement with technology.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science […]

Thesis and Not Thesis

THESIS
Yearn: An Application for the Recovery of Meaning will show that digital tools can (or cannot) be used to ask humanist questions,  and make explicit the user’s involvement with the process of “a mind watching […]

Yearn: An Application for the Recovery of Meaning (Project Proposal)

For my term project in Digital Humanities: Collections and Connections, I will design an app and actually create a fully functioning segment of it (the particular segment is TBD, but I will mention here that […]

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