digital projects

ADHC Visiting Speaker Bryan Carter Presents Digital Humanities Techniques For The Classroom

by Emma Wilson, Digital Scholarship Librarian and Assistant Professor of English It is my pleasure to invite you to join us for the Alabama Digital Humanities Center’s visiting speaker events next week on Thursday, October 20 and Friday, October 21 in the University Libraries, when Bryan Carter, Associate Professor of Africana Studies at the University

Digital English! Active Learning with WordPress

by Duncan M. Yoon, Department of English I was fortunate enough to present at the CIT Faculty Technology Showcase this past February. My presentation was on how I build WordPress websites for my literature classes as a digital hub for course materials, reading schedule, close reading blog posts, and discussion threads. Students really enjoy having

Frame.io for Peer Review of Digital Video Projects

by Nathan Dains, Telecommunication & Film, C&IS Frame.io is a web-based platform that features integration with leading video editing software. Benefits of using Frame.io include fast, simple hosting of media to be used in projects, and the ability to upload versions of projects for comparison and commentary from “collaborators,” in this case, the instructor and

Voyant Tools for Basic Text Analysis

by Jessica Porter, Office of Educational Technology (eTech) Whether you teach literature, history, or another text-heavy course, your students may benefit from the use of digital tools that enable them to dig deeper into a text and visualize its patterns and trends. Voyant Tools offers a suite of web-based tools that allow you to upload texts and perform basic text mining functions. The most popular item in the