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The Open Philology Project and Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at Leipzig » Perseus Digital Library Updates

The Open Philology Project and Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at Leipzig - http://t.co/iLONVNRNX3

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The Stoa Consortium

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"Serving news, projects, and links for digital classicists everywhere." 


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Deanya Lattimore Schempp's curator insight, July 12, 2013 7:38 AM

For those who would play in classics-based role-play areas, resources like Stoa are priceless.  Hosts of the original _Diotima_ project--"Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World"--this site now contains many great books and essays that have become standard go-to references in Classical Studies.

 

They also take the "digital" part of their mission statement seriously: you'll find solid links to freedom of information movements and digital studies.

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The Stoa Consortium

Serving news, projects, and links for digital classicists everywhere.


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Digital Classicist Berlin == DCSB 2013/14 opening keynote: "Open Education, Open Educational Resources, and their impact on research led teaching in Classics"

Digital Classicist Berlin == DCSB 2013/14 opening keynote: "Open Education, Open Educational Resources, and their impact on research led teaching in Classics" | Educational | Scoop.it
website description (#DigiClass #DE seminar this afternoon in Berlin, with @simon_mahony talking about Open Educational Resources http://t.co/EiFOxrjA9q)...

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The Stoa Consortium

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"Serving news, projects, and links for digital classicists everywhere." 


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Deanya Lattimore Schempp's curator insight, July 12, 2013 7:38 AM

For those who would play in classics-based role-play areas, resources like Stoa are priceless.  Hosts of the original _Diotima_ project--"Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World"--this site now contains many great books and essays that have become standard go-to references in Classical Studies.

 

They also take the "digital" part of their mission statement seriously: you'll find solid links to freedom of information movements and digital studies.

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Digital mapping at Stanford reveals social networks of 18th-century travelers

Digital mapping at Stanford reveals social networks of 18th-century travelers | Educational | Scoop.it
Through a digital analysis of correspondence from elite tourists in Europe, classicist Giovanna Ceserani is discovering how international travel fostered cultural and academic trends.

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Luc Gauvreau's comment, April 12, 2013 2:04 PM
Dommage... Il semble que le site, les données, le module de visualisation de ce projet sont dans un site réservé. Le mouvement de l'open access est conçu et pratiqué différemment, parfois même au sein de la même institution...
luiy's curator insight, April 12, 2013 3:25 PM

We live in a world of networks, of nonstop messaging and degrees of separation. So did intellectuals of the early modern age, according to new research at Stanford.

 

During the 18th century, thousands of letters, often on academic subjects like mathematics, were exchanged between scholars across Europe. Wealthy aristocrats and their tutors penned many of those letters when they were on the famed "Grand Tour" of ancient sites in Europe.

 

A pioneering digital visualization project has allowedGiovanna Ceserani, an associate professor of classics, to map the routes of thousands of British and Irish elite travelers who went to Italy in the heyday of the Grand Tour.

Ceserani's digital humanities project, the Grand Tour Travelers, has uncovered unexpectedly close connections between intellectuals, illuminated the rise and fall of cities, and occasionally offered warnings about how visualization can sometimes prove misleading.

Analysis of digital interpretations of the records of over 6,000 travelers from the British Isles illustrate just how small the elite world of tourists in this period was, as well as how, "irrespective of profession and social status, travel abroad seems to have lowered social boundaries and enabled otherwise unlikely connections,"

 

Ceserani said.

The project began with the encoding of a digitized version of the Dictionary of British and Irish Travelers to Italy, 1701-1800, generously supplied by the Paul Mellon Centre in London. For each traveler, Ceserani and her team recorded the sites they visited, the dates of their visits and their birthplace and year, as well as their area of expertise, educational background and social status, among other variables.

 

A scholar with an interest in how classical sites in Italy influenced broader European culture, Ceserani wanted to trace "the actual movements of scholars, of travelers," as they undertook journeys across Europe, often coming into contact with other travelers as they did so.

 

Digital humanities experts within the Mapping the Republic of Letters project, of which Ceserani is a core member, helped Ceserani build the platforms "to place these objects and events onto maps and graphs, visualizing in revealing ways our material."

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@luc Gauvreau : Hélas!
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A Comparison of Five Free MOOC Platforms for Educators

A Comparison of Five Free MOOC Platforms for Educators | Educational | Scoop.it

 

There are a number of good options for educators looking to build their own MOOCs. Here is a look at five of the most interesting platforms.

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Best Content Curation Software & Kudani Review With Paul Clifford

 

Full video feed & live comments here: http://www.jobcrusher.com/curating-content-content-curation-software-kudani-review-with-paul-clifford-live/ Best Conten...
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Creating Byte Sized Books For Your Flipped Classroom! | The ...

Creating Byte Sized Books For Your Flipped Classroom! | The ... | Educational | Scoop.it

 

As more and more educational content goes online, and more and more classrooms flip, we need to re-think how we as teachers present information. I came across a site called Slidedocs the other day, which allows you to ...
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Educational Web Tools to Help Your Better Integrate Technology in Your Teaching ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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Digital Humanities | Universität Leipzig

Digital Humanities | Universität Leipzig | Educational | Scoop.it

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Projects and courses at Universität Leipzig.

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Digital Classicist Berlin == Call for Papers.

Digital Classicist Berlin == Call for Papers. | Educational | Scoop.it

Found this via twitter very interesting read on digital classrooms and the call for submitted papers.


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Digital Classicist: index

Digital Humanities and e-Science applied to Classical Studies and Ancient History

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The Digital Classicist is a decentralised and international community of scholars and students interested in the application of innovative digital methods and technologies to research on the ancient world. The Digital Classicist is not core funded, and nor is it owned by any institution. The main purpose of this site is to offer a web-based hub for discussion, collaboration and communication.

 
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"Rome Wasn't Digitized in a Day": Building a Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Classicists

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Digital Classicist London Seminars 2014 - Seminar 10 - Dominic Oldman and Barry Norton

Dominic Oldman and Barry Norton (British Museum) 'A new approach to Digital Editions of Ancient Manuscripts using CIDOC-CRM, FRBRoo and RDFa'. Digital Classicist London & Institute of Classical...

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Digital Classicist: index

Digital Humanities and e-Science applied to Classical Studies and Ancient History

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The Digital Classicist is a decentralised and international community of scholars and students interested in the application of innovative digital methods and technologies to research on the ancient world. The Digital Classicist is not core funded, and nor is it owned by any institution. The main purpose of this site is to offer a web-based hub for discussion, collaboration and communication.

 
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7 Habits of Effective Ed Tech Teachers

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New tools and technology are reshaping the way learning occurs in the classroom. Modern learning is now interactive beyond the classroom. Blended learning and flipped classrooms get learners to think about (and use) the content differently than they ever have. In short, learning is becoming more... http://elearningfeeds.com/7-habits-of-effective-ed-tech-teachers/


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Tweet from @mpagebotelho

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VideoNot.es Best flipped classroom tool ever! Take notes and share using Google Drive #edtech #edchat http://t.co/hmoWGDAMfi
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Showing the Differences between a Traditional and a Flipped Classroom

This video compares a traditional to a flipped class. Two classes were filmed 1 year apart and are shown simultaneously to illustrate the differences. http:/...
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