Monthly Archives: May 2014

Readings Course on Digital History in Theory and Practice

By Amanda Regan This summer I’ll be completing a readings course for my Digital History minor field with Stephen Robertson.  The course will cover Digital History in both Theory and Practice. You can view the proposed abstract and bibliography for … Continue reading

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And I’m Done

By dcurry9459 The following is the link to my final project.  Source: dcurry3blog  

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And I’m Done

By dcurry9459 The following is the link to my final project.  Source: dcurry3blog  

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Final Assignment

By beccabadams Here is the link my final assignment. I hope everyone has an awesome summer!   Source: radams16  

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Final Assignment

By beccabadams Here is the link my final assignment. I hope everyone has an awesome summer!   Source: radams16  

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Final Projects

By saracollini Here is the new Digital Portfolio Here is my Source: saracollini  

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Final Projects

By saracollini Here is the new Digital Portfolio Here is my Source: saracollini  

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It’s been great everybody–thanks for taking this journey with me

By knoblej In case you didn’t see the email I sent out, my final project is up: Kirk’s Final Project. I admit–not terribly sexy nor a drastic upgrade from what I presented two weeks ago. But considering what I was … Continue reading

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It’s been great everybody–thanks for taking this journey with me

By knoblej In case you didn’t see the email I sent out, my final project is up: Kirk’s Final Project. I admit–not terribly sexy nor a drastic upgrade from what I presented two weeks ago. But considering what I was … Continue reading

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Whew, Digital History is Tough

By vasc0 It is the end of the spring semester, 2014, and I have been soundly humbled by the rigors of digital history. Learning to code was a travail for me, certainly. However, I realize the utility of digital history in … Continue reading

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