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Eric Meyer speaking at the University of Canterbury on 24 November 2016.

Eric Meyer visit

We were delighted to welcome Professor Eric Meyer back to the University of Canterbury for a brief visit over the past two days. Eric previously visited the UC Digital Humanities programme as a Visiting Canterbury Fellow in 2014, and was back in New Zealand to speak at the National Digital… Read More »Eric Meyer visit

Interview with Dan

Over the last eight months, the UC Arts Digital Lab has been lucky to have student Dan Bartlett working in the office as part of the Voices Against War project. Dan came on-board as part of the Summer Scholarship programme to help gather, describe, and prepare material for the project… Read More »Interview with Dan

Digital Humanities Infrastructure Workshop: Part Three

Digital Content Analyst Lucy-Jane Walsh, continues her discussion of the UCDH Cyberinfrastructure with a summary of Alan Liu’s talk: Against the Cultural Singularity: Digital Humanities & Cultural Infrastructure Studies ­– Alan Liu Alan Liu began his talk with a quote from Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen: “Always design a thing by considering… Read More »Digital Humanities Infrastructure Workshop: Part Three

Digital Humanities Infrastructure Workshop: Part Two

Digital Content Analyst Lucy-Jane Walsh, continues her discussion of the UCDH Cyberinfrastructure workshops in November 2015: Last week I began the blog post series by summarising James Smithies’ talk on global systems analysis of Digital Humanities infrastructure. Today I plan to move swiftly onto Paul Arthur, who is Professor and Chair in… Read More »Digital Humanities Infrastructure Workshop: Part Two

Digital Humanities Infrastructure Workshop: Part One

Today we have a guest blogger, Lucy-Jane Walsh, Digital Content Analyst at the CEISMIC Programme, talking about her impressions of a recent seminar held by the UC Digital Humanities Programme: A few weeks ago I attended an afternoon of short seminars about Digital Humanities cyberinfrastructure held by the Digital Humanities Programme… Read More »Digital Humanities Infrastructure Workshop: Part One

2015 Kiwi Pycon

A few weeks ago, CEISMIC Digital Content Analyst Lucy-Jane Walsh attended the first day of the Kiwi PyCon Conference. This year the conference was held at the University of Canterbury with Catalyst IT as a Platinum Sponsor. Lucy-Jane discusses her experiences below: Being a little late to the game, I was only… Read More »2015 Kiwi Pycon

Blog-based assessment protocol

The following assessment protocol was produced by Dr. Chris Jones, with input from Dr. Lyndon Fraser. Context: The University of Canterbury offers an internship programme (ARTS395) for upper-level undergraduate students. The internship is intended to enable students to gain experience in a ‘real world’ working environment, with the intention of… Read More »Blog-based assessment protocol