Wednesday, August 28: Rolfe 2118

9:15am: Introductions

9:30-10:25 am: Introduction to fundamental concepts and debates within digital humanities (led by Miriam Posner, Digital Humanities program coordinator)

coffee break 

10:45am-12pm: Introduction to the Text Encoding Initiative (Part 1) (led by Lisa McAulay, Librarian for Digital Collection Development, and Jen Weintraub, Digital Collections Librarian)

12-1pm: lunch on your own

1pm-2:20pm: TEI (Part 2) (led by Lisa McAulay and Jen Weintraub)

coffee break

2:35 – 3:30pm: Faculty presentation and discussion: Willeke Wendrich, Professor of Egyptian Archaeology and Director of the Center for Digital Humanities

3:30pm – 4:30pm: Teaching with technology discussion, led by John Lynch, Instructional Technology Coordinator, Center for Digital Humanities

Thursday, August 29: CLICC Classroom A (third floor of Powell Library)

9:30-11:30pm: Introduction to HTML/CSS (led by Miriam Posner)

coffee break

11:45-12:30pm: Faculty presentation and discussion: Jon Christensen, Adjunct Assistant Professor and Pritzker Fellow, Department of History and Institute for Environmental Sustainability

12:30-1:30pm: Lunch

1:30-2:45: Introduction to GIS and Geospatial Analysis, Yoh Kawano, GIS Coordinator

coffee break

3-4:15pm: Creating online exhibits with Omeka (led by Miriam Posner)

4:20-4:45: Closing remarks (Johanna Drucker, Professor of Information Studies and Design | Media Arts)

5:00pm – 7:00pm: Happy hour at the Glendon (1071 Glendon Ave.; menu)