Category Archives: DHSITE2017 Archive

W10: Introduction to Video Editing in the 21st Century and Beyond

Friday, May 19, 12:00 PM-4:30 PM.  Carleton University, Southam Hall 617 The workshop will give participants a basic introduction to video editing with Final Cut Pro X on Mac OSX. It will walk through the step by step process of taking a raw video interview along with a script, “B-roll” footage, photos and music to create a cohesive, polished segment. Each group

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DHSITE2017 Instructor: Emily Murphy (Queen’s University)

Emily Christina Murphy is a doctoral candidate and Teaching Fellow in the Department of English at Queen’s University, Canada. She has taught introductory DH courses across the DH Training Network in addition to the British Library Staff Training Programme and the undergraduate Field School in Digital Humanities at the Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle. She is co-editor, with Dr. Shannon

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DHSITE2017 Instructor: Jay Irizawa (Ryerson University)

Jay Irizawa is an interdisciplinary designer and educator. His design practice explores the un-boundaries of digital/physical space as a medium and interface, focusing research on projects as a practitioner of environment design and as a part-time lecturer in the School of Interior Design at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. http://www.jayirizawa.com/ Course taught at DHSITE2017: Creative Data: New Media Interdisciplinary Design

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DHSITE2017 Instructor: Dominic Forest (Université de Montréal)

Dominic Forest est professeur à l’École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information de l’Université de Montréal. Il y mène des activités de recherche et d’enseignement dans les domaines de la fouille de textes (extraction, organisation et visualisation de l’information) et de la diffusion de l’information numérique (technologies Web, architecture de l’information, design et conception de sites Web, Web 2.0).

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Keynote 2017: Isabel Pedersen (UOIT, Canada)

Digital Humanities, Embodied Technology, and Selves Isabel Pedersen Canada Research Chair in Digital Life, Media and Culture University of Ontario Institute of Technology Friday May 19, 04:45 PM – 6:00 PM  Richcraft Hall (River Building) Room 2228 As networked culture progresses, wearable media devices will continue to evolve. Such devices will read our feelings, anxieties, delights, and fears in addition

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Keynote 2017: Chris Funkhouser (NJIT, US)

Applied Media Poetics in Digital Humanities Chris Funkhouser, New Jersey Institute of Technology (USA) Our ability to prepare sophisticated forms of expression with digital media increases our ability to engage with others in the networked world and participate more fully with mass culture. As mediated communications have expanded over recent decades, exploring expressive and documentary practices in the Humanities has

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Conférence plénière 2017: B. Deruelle (UQAM) et S. Lamassé (uParis 1)

AnalyseSHS – un service d’analyse de données pour les sciences humaines et sociales : entre pédagogie et outils de partage d’expériences Benjamin Deruelle, Université du Québec à Montréal (Canada) Stéphane Lamassé, Université Paris 1 (France) Avec le développement du Big Data, les logiciels d’analyse de données sont de plus en plus nombreux et rarement libres. En 2012, l’équipe du Pôle

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DHSITE2017 Instructor: Benjamin Deruelle (UQAM)

Domaines d’expertises Méthodes et méthodologies informatiques et mathématiques pour l’histoire Histoire sociale, culturelle et politique de la guerre (XVIe-XVIIe siècle) Histoire de la noblesse et de ses relations au pouvoir en France (XVIe-XVIIe siècle) Représentations, discours et argumentation Publications significatives De papier, de fer et de sang : chevaliers et chevalerie à l’épreuve du XVIe siècle (ca. 1460 – ca.

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