Wednesday, August 14

Time Event
9:00-10:30 Workshop:
A Domain of One’s Own: Setting up and managing your own web hosting service with Bluehost Spoke (140 Pattee Library, Knowledge Commons)
10:30-12:00 Workshops:
Building your online portfolio with WordPress (140 Pattee Library, Knowledge Commons)
~ or ~
Introduction to Omeka (211A West Pattee)
12:00-1:00 Lunch on your own
1:00-2:00 Keynote: Trevor Muñoz (Foster Auditorium)
2:00-5:00 Presentations (Foster Auditorium):

  • Creating Open-Source, Open-Access Online Educational Materials: Looking Through the Lens of Science & Engineering Ethics Modules: Stephanie Vasko (40 min)
  • Creating a Literature-Based Online Community: “Nineteenth Century French and Francophone Women Writers: An Instructor’s Module”: Nadine Swartz (20 min)
  • ENG 30: Mapping Penn State Archives: Laura Brown (40 min)
  • Cycling through Unfamiliar Territory: Methodology in the Geospatial Reconstruction of the Diaries of Henri Vever: Julia Schrank (20 min)
  • The New Hope-Solebury Oral History Archive: Megan Ruffe (20 min)
  • Digital Literary Studies Panel (40 min): T-Pen and the Transcription of a Midshipman’s Journal: Katelyn Dion; N-Grams and Literary History: Thomas Beebee; Voyant Tool for Text Analysis: Dawn Taylor

Thursday, August 15

Time Event
9:00-10:30 Workshops:
Get Ready to Program in R! (140 Pattee Library, Knowledge Commons)
~ or ~
A Gentle Introduction to Python (211A West Pattee)
10:40-12:00 Presentations (Foster Auditorium):

  • Performative Publication: Chris Long (40 min)
  • Meeting Ada, the Ghost in the Machine: Feminism, Technology, and Teaching: Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor (20 min)
  • Publishing and Curation Services for Penn State Researchers: Patricia Hswe, Linda Friend (20 min)
12:00-1:00 Lunch on your own
12:30-2:00 Technology petting zoo (Mann Assembly Room)
2:00-5:00 Presentations (Foster Auditorium):

  • Lightning talks: Digital English Studio: Stuart Selber, Dan Tripp; Joyce Calendar: William Brockman; MaBiMaMeth: A New Flexible Markup Method for Bibliographic Data: Mark Mattson; What do I do with all my stuff?: Penn State Faculty and Personal Scholarly Archiving: Eric Novotny; Using Social Media to Enhance Learning by Creating Awareness and Engagement: Rob Peeler (40 min)
  • Rhetorical Invention Goes Digital: Pinterest as a Generative, Collaborative Research Tool: Cory Geraths, Michele Kennerly (40 min)
  • Mapping Decadence: A How-To Guide: Helene Huet (20 min)
  • Write, Create, Publish: Multimedia and Web Publishing in Rhetoric and Civic Life: Kate Miffitt, Ryan Wetzel, Veena Raman (40 min)
  • Guide to Digital Humanities: Dawn Taylor (20 min)
  • Closing remarks (20 min)
5:00-6:30 Grad Student DH Happy Hour (Whiskers, Nittany Lion Inn)


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