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Teaching A Level History using British History Online


This post was kindly written for us by Alex Porter – Head of History, Parmiter’s School The paradox of teaching A Level history is that you know very well your students’ education would be better served by studying topics in greater depth but unfortunately this has the potential to hamper their achievements in examination. Nowhere is this more apparent than in textbooks. An A Level textbook can be a comfort but the range of sources […]


REMINDER: TEI Board/Council voting deadline is October 24


Dear colleagues, Reminder emails have just been sent via opavote.org to registered electors in the TEI Board and Council elections who have not yet cast their votes. Voting will close at about 15:00 UTC on Friday, October 24 (the TEI Members meeting for business starts at 14:00 UTC, 9 a.m. Chicago time, and voting will be closed at the point in the agenda where results are to be announced). Refer to http://www.tei-c.org/Membership/Meetings/2014/mm70.xml for candidate statements […]


The ePADD Team on Processing and Accessing Email Archives


As archives increasingly process born-digital collections one thing is clear; processing digital collections often involves working with tons of email. There is already some great work exploring how to deal with email, but given that it is such a significant problem area it is great to see work focused on developing tools to make sense of this material. Of particular concern is how email is simultaneously so ubiquitous and so messy.  I’ve heard cases of […]


Survey about Bratislava plenary

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Lit Linguist Computing Vol. 29, No. 4


20 Oct 2014 Literary and Linguistic Computing Table of Contents Special Issue: Computational Models of Narrative Vol. 29, No. 4 December 2014   Editorial Editorial Mark A. Finlayson, Floris Bex, Pablo Gervás, and Deniz Yuret Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 465-466 http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/ content/29/4/465.extract?etoc Original Articles Arguments as a new perspective on character motive in stories Floris Bex, Katie Atkinson, and Trevor Bench-Capon Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 467-487 http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/ content/29/4/467.abstract?etoc   Annotating with Propp’s Morphology […]


Multi-Spectral GIF Playtime


(So this is my go at GIF-ing round #2. I put it up on the Open Access Antiquarianism page too, but thought I’d double post it here. More soon. x) Scientific diagnostics can tell us a lot about the world around us. But they’re far more powerful and appealing when they’re visualized appropriately. For every exciting x-ray, infrared, or ultraviolet image that tells art historians and architects about what lies beneath the image or wall […]


CfP: #HASTAC2015: Art and Science of Digital Humanities (Deadline Extended to October 31)


21 Oct 2014  The deadline for proposals to the HASTAC 2015 Conference has been extended to 5:00 pm EST on Friday, October 31, 2014. Please see the full announcement of the conference and the extended deadline, with links, below. HASTAC 2015 conference will be held May 27-30, 2015 at the Kellogg Center on the campus of Michigan State University. Connecting with HASTAC’s interdisciplinary mission, the conference will center on the theme of the “Art and […]


REMIX – Global Summit on Culture, Technology & Entrepreneurship


London (UK), 2-3 December 2014 Join creative pioneers from across the globe at REMIX Summit London, 2nd-3rd December 2014. This is the flagship chapter in a series of global summits on Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship. REMIX Summits are produced in collaboration with worldwide partners Google, … Continue reading →


Autumn Inspired Art


The second month of Autumn, it’s starting to get cold and wet. Trees loose their green colour and eventually let go of their leaves. Autumn is a season people love or loathe. Many painters have been inspired by this season, a season that starts filled with a wide range of warm colours and gradually introduces us to the cold and grey winter. We searched Europeana for some beautiful artworks inspired by Autumn, and highlighted them […]


Flight 20141019 – The Via Nova Traiana in Central Jordan


The great Roman highway ran from Syria down the length of the Emperor Trajan’s new province of Arabia to Aila (Aqaba) on the Red Sea. Nineteenth century western travellers and explorers ‘east of Jordan’ regularly reported following it for mile after mile and noting many of the hundreds of milestones still to be seen. In the twentieth century it has suffered badly with great stretches disappearing beneath modern roads or ploughed away by farmers and […]


CFP: HASTAC 2015: Exploring the Art & Science of Digital Humanities


HASTAC 2015: Exploring the Art & Science of Digital Humanities May 27-30, 2015 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Submissions Deadline:October 15, 2014, 5:00pm EST DEADLINE EXTENDED to 5:00pm EST, October 31, 2014 (Proposals are now welcomed)


Open Access Archaeology Digest #576


Get your Open Access (free to read) archaeology fix: Kushite buildings at Kawahttp://bit.ly/13XPewT Roman Antiquities in Carinthiahttp://bit.ly/10vRiry Tilurium – archaeological research in 2004 http://bit.ly/1fWCPgI Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK


Open Access Week


This coming week is “Open Access Week”. Check out the central website, called Open access week. The promise and importance of open access was one of the main reasons I started this blog in 2007. Over the years I think I have grown cynical about the lack of progress in open access on most fronts, but I remain committed to the concept. I was asked by librarian Anali Perry to respond to several questions about […]


Open Access Journal: Arys: Antigüedad, Religiones y Sociedades


[First posted in AWOL 2 October 2011. Updates 19 Octoberr 2013] ARYS: Antigüedad, Religiones y Sociedades ARYS es una revista de periodicidad anual desde 2010 en la que los artículos recibidos serán sometidos a una evaluación por parte de revisores externos mediante el sistema conocido como de pares ciegos. El Consejo de Redacción no modificará las opiniones vertidas por los autores ni se hace responsable de las opiniones emitidas por ellos o por los revisores externos. […]

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