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  • The University of Guelph, University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Brock University, and Ryerson University are holding a Digital Pedagogy Institute on May 13th, 2016. This is a one-day symposium and will be held immediately after the DH@Guelph summer workshops. There is also an exciting call for 1 hour papers […]

    Digital Pedagogy Institute 2016

    The University of Guelph, University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Brock University, and Ryerson University are holding a Digital Pedagogy Institute on May 13th, 2016. This is a one-day symposium and will be held immediately after the DH@Guelph summer workshops. There is also an exciting call for 1 hour papers […]

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  • The University of Guelph is offering a four day workshop from May 9-12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Outside of workshop time there will be additional optional events. More information about the summer workshops can be found here. The 2016 Digital Pedagogy Institute will follow immediately after […]

    DH@Guelph Summer Workshops

    The University of Guelph is offering a four day workshop from May 9-12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Outside of workshop time there will be additional optional events. More information about the summer workshops can be found here. The 2016 Digital Pedagogy Institute will follow immediately after […]

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  • HuViz (Humanities Visualizer) is a browser-based tool for linked data. Currently in development by the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory, it is designed to be both highly customizable and easy to use. Through the features of HuViz, users can discover connections by selecting class tags or dragging the nodes […]

    Humanities Visualizer

    HuViz (Humanities Visualizer) is a browser-based tool for linked data. Currently in development by the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory, it is designed to be both highly customizable and easy to use. Through the features of HuViz, users can discover connections by selecting class tags or dragging the nodes […]

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