12019-02-22T19:09:46-08:00Andrea Davise50475e163fb87bc8bd10c6c0244468fd91e8da53163694Andrea Davisplain8046632019-03-25T00:50:24-07:00Andrea Davise50475e163fb87bc8bd10c6c0244468fd91e8da5The project laboratory is divided into three roughly equal parts. Part one will be organized as a roundtable that covers the below listed principles of project design and management. Part two provides participants with an opportunity to consult with institute faculty to create a project proposal for their research or teaching, and part three is dedicated to the presentation of participant proposals and discussion of next steps.
12019-03-12T08:02:04-07:00Dilbert by Scott Adams6Cartoon about "scope creep," which in project management refers to continuous or uncontrolled growth in a project's scope that often results in budgetary problems and/or delays.media/0_JCX5UCzFSMu8BDEy.gifplain2019-03-20T15:03:02-07:00
12019-03-12T13:49:18-07:00File Format Recommendations2From the Socio-Technical Sustainability Roadmapmedia/Screen Shot 2019-03-12 at 8.51.10 AM.pngplain2019-03-12T13:51:17-07:00
12019-03-12T13:37:37-07:00A Student Collaborators' Bill of Rights1Bill developed by UCLA's Digital Humanities Program outlining how students should be credited for their participation in collaborative digital projects.media/Screen Shot 2019-03-12 at 8.37.27 AM.pngplain2019-03-12T13:37:37-07:00
12019-03-12T14:36:29-07:00DH on Twitter1Digital humanities network on Twitter: 2,500 users following each other. Martin Grandjean, “A Social Network Analysis of Twitter: Mapping the Digital Humanities Community.”media/DigitalHumanitiesTwitterNetwork2.pngplain2019-03-12T14:36:29-07:00
12019-03-12T14:46:50-07:00DiRT Directory1The DiRT Directory is a registry of digital research tools for scholarly use. DiRT makes it easy for digital humanists and others conducting digital research to find and compare resources ranging from content management systems to music OCR, statistical analysis packages to mindmapping software.media/DiRT.pngplain2019-03-12T14:46:50-07:00