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Digital natives / digital learners: #throwbackthursday

In this #throwbackthurday post I’m revisiting some of the ideas surrounding digitla learners. According to Prensky (2001, cited in Wikipedia): A digital native is a person who was born during or after the general introduction of digital technologies and through interacting with digital technology from an early age, has a greater understanding of its concepts. […] (0)

TEI Conference update


Dear Colleague, I spent some time yesterday and today completing and updating the TEI 2014 Conference site at, and it should have everything on it now, except for links to the full abstracts, which will be added in early October. I’m a great fan of collaborative curation: if you find things that are wrong, unclear, or not there, tell me, and I’ll try to fix them. If you have not yet registered or made […]

Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative: Authoring package


Hi all, You will all have seen the recent announcement that John Walsh has taken over as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal, and the publication of the Call for Papers for Issue 9, ‘TEI and Materiality’[1]. We would also like to announce the availability of a new Oxygen-based authoring package for anyone who would like to submit their article in TEI XML. Since the beginning of JTEI, article submissions have been accepted in TEI P5 XML. […]

News from Dickinson College Commentaries: A complete vocabulary of the Aeneid


A complete vocabulary of the Aeneid Posted on September 17, 2014 by Chris Francese I am pleased to say that the DCC Aeneid vocabulary is now up and running. Based on Henry S. Frieze, Vergil’s Aeneid Books I-XII, with an Introduction, Notes, and Vocabulary, revised by Walter Dennison (New York: American Book Co., 1902), it includes frequency data derived from a human inspection and analysis of every word in the Aeneid (Mynors’ text) carried out by teams at the Laboratoire […]

Open Access Archaeology Digest #544


Learn more about Archaeology, History, Anthropology, etc. Open Access (free to read) articles: [FORAGERS AND FARMERS IN THE JAPANESE ISLANDS] Tooth removal during ritual tooth ablation in the Jomon Period On Pigeon Houses in Churches Enumeration of Blocks or Pigs of Lead and Tin, relics of Roman Metallurgy, discovered in Great Britain Noble Canonesses of France Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: (0)

An Open Research Notebook Workflow with Scrivener and Github

I like Scrivener. I *really* like being able to have my research and my writing in the same place, and most of all, I like being able to re-arrange the cards until I start to see the ideas fall into place. I’m a bit of a visual learner, I suppose. (Which makes it ironic that I so rarely provide screenshots here. But I digress). What I’ve been looking for is a way to share my […]

Archaeological Survey of Israel Online


Archaeological Survey of Israel – English – Hebrew The sites documented in the Archaeological Survey of Israel are published on the website where they are displayed in survey squares of 100 sq km (10 × 10 km). The list of maps is presented below in alphabetic order, according to their names and numbers as recorded in Yalquṭ Ha-Pirsumim. The survey maps can be seen on the right side of the screen against the background of […]

Looking for Inspiring Examples from Unlikely Suspects? Check These Out.


How do you find fresh and inspiring resources in your field? This is a tricky question in the nonprofit arts world–and probably in every field. There are some industry blogs and twitter feeds. There are some good conferences. There are some useful research papers. But most of these resources live in narrow silos, invisible to most of us. If you don’t know the language, the players, the conversations in that subset of the field, you […]

Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship Colloquium: Pedagogy and Practices


The Kelvin Smith Library at Case Western Reserve University, in collaboration with the River Campus Libraries at the University of Rochester, Vanderbilt University Libraries, and Washington University in St. Louis Libraries, is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship Colloquium: Pedagogy and Practices. This colloquium will bring together both faculty and librarians across disciplines to discuss instructional methodologies and strategies for using digital tools in humanities, science, […]

INRIA/Aviz Recruits an Engineer for the European Project Cendari


INRIA/Aviz Recruits an Engineer for the European Project Cendari. Requirements: Python/Django, ElasticSearch, HTML5/JavaScript/D3 The Aviz group at INRIA ( is seeking a talented and motivated engineer to work on the European project Cendari ( Cendari is an infrastructure project aimed at supporting historians and archivists working on the European history with a transnational approach (by opposition of a national approach). The Aviz group, specialist in Visualization and Human-Computer Interaction, is in charge of the Human-Computer […]

Open Access Journal: ENIM: Égypte nilotique et méditerranéenne


 [First posted 18 June 2009, most recently updated 17 September 2014] ENIM: Égypte nilotique et méditerranéenneISSN 2102-6629 ENiM est la première revue française numérique d’égyptologie. Elle est l’expression des activités de l’équipe « Égypte nilotique et méditerranéenne » de l’UMR 5140, « Archéologie des sociétés méditerranéennes ». Elle accueille aussi les travaux des autres membres de la communauté égyptologique internationale. Elle publie des travaux portant sur tous les aspects de l’Égypte ancienne, de la préhistoire […]

Wordless Wednesday: (Un)Real Estate


#3D printing, Mars, Wikihouse Follow the link in the photo caption to find out more. You can find more glimpses of the future (and links to associated articles) on CFM’s Pinterest Boards.  (0)

CHI Fellowship Introduction: Santos Ramos

Like many other Chican@s, my father’s family immigrated to Michigan from the Texas/Mexico borderlands in search of work. For us, this migration came a couple generations ago. So I grew up in Michigan, but have spent the past 3 years engaged in teaching and research experiences in Virginia and Cambodia. I am now back in Michigan as a PhD student in the Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures department here at Michigan State University. I’m excited […]

Deadly injuries to skull and pelvis of Richard III revealed


New research gives a blow-by-blow account of the injuries inflicted on King Richard III’s body at the Battle of Bosworth Field on Aug 22, 1485 (0) - Privacy Policy - Cookie Policy