Category Archives: digital humanities

#HackFSM Whitepaper is out: “#HackFSM: Bootstrapping a Library Hackathon in Eight Short Weeks”

The Bancroft Library and Research IT have just published a whitepaper on the #HackFSM hackathon:¬†“#HackFSM: Bootstrapping a¬†Library Hackathon in Eight Short Weeks.” Abstract: This white paper describes the process of organizing #HackFSM, a digital humanities hackathon around the Free Speech … Continue reading

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Bancroft hosts #HackFSM, the first interdisciplinary hackathon at UC Berkeley

By Charlie Macquarie and Mary Elings, Bancroft Digital Collections In April, The Bancroft Library and the UC Berkeley Digital Humanities Working Group organized #HackFSM, a digital humanities hackathon using the data of the Free Speech Movement digital collections at Berkeley. … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities and the Library

The topic of Digital Humanities (and Social Sciences Computing) has been a ubiquitous one at recent conferences, and this is no less true of The 53rd annual RBMS “Futures” Preconference in San Diego that took place June 19-22, 2012. The … Continue reading

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