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  • HyperStudio explores the potential of new media technologies for the enhancement of education and research in the humanities. Our work focuses on questions about the integration of technology into humanities curricula within the broader context of scholarly inquiry and pedagogical practice.

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  • Our central goal is to provide individual digital humanities project participants flexibility in modeling, analyzing, and presenting their materials as they choose – while also allowing researchers to combine features from other projects in innovative ways.
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    h+d insights is HyperStudio's weekly newsletter about current trends, discussions, and opportunities in the digital humanities.

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    May 18th, 2017 by Josh Cowls

    h+d Portraits: An interview with Jeremy Grubman

    Welcome to the second edition of h+d Portraits, an ongoing series of interviews with scholars and practitioners of the Digital Humanities. In this series, we aim to explore what the label Digital Humanities means in practice – by assembling a diverse set of perspectives

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    April 25th, 2017 by Evan Higgins

    Introducing the Active Archives Initiative: Making Stories, within the Archive

    During our tenure at HyperStudio as research assistants, we’ve had the chance to work on a number of archival projects at various stages of implementation. From uploading, encoding, and storing of data, to visualizing, displaying and making it accessible, we’ve …

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    December 14th, 2017 by rachelpt

    Collaborative Close-Reading: Using Annotations in the Classroom

    This workshop explores digital, collaborative annotation as a strategy for teaching and learning. You will hear from instructors about their experiences, learn about best practices of using annotation in different humanities subjects, and be introduced to Annotation Studio, a free …

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    December 10th, 2014 by Rachel Schnepper

    Collaborative Insights through Digital Annotation: A Workshop

    Rethinking the Connections between Annotation, Reading, & Writing
    January 23, 2015
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    Instructors and students in the humanities and the liberal arts increasingly work in an electronically supported and extended world of multimedia texts. …

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    Projects Featured Work


    Blacks in American Medicine 1860-1980

    Blacks in American Medicine (BAM) is an upcoming Hyperstudio project t… View this project...

    Annotation Studio

    Annotation Studio is an open source web application that engages stude… View this project...

    US-Iran – Missed Opportunities

    The US-Iran Relations Project brings scholars and policymakers from b… View this project...

    Comédie-Française Registers Project

    The Comédie-Française Registers Project (CFRP) aims to make access… View this project...
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