November 16, 2011
Wired! Lab, Bay 11, 2nd Floor, Smith Warehouse
Digital publication in the humanities today ranges from the online publication of traditional essays to a much wider range of formats. These might include electronic archives, games, virtual exhibitions, multimedia maps, or data visualizations. How do we understand, create, and assess such work as part of our scholarly practice in the humanities? This talk will focus on the affordances of digital media projects in this context, emphasizing their database-driven, multimodal, and collaborative attributes.