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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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    October 21st, 2014 by Desi Gonzalez

    A Year of Digital Humanities Thinking

    I recently celebrated my one-year-anniversary as the author of h+d insights, HyperStudio’s weekly newsletter that shares the latest news, projects, resources, and fellowship and conference opportunities related to the intersection of technology and the humanities. (Subscribe here to stay …

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    Ans 2.0
    September 18th, 2014 by Rachel Schnepper

    Annotation Studio 2.0 Released

    After an exceptionally busy summer, we are thrilled to be able to announce the release of Annotation Studio 2.0.  The new version of Annotation Studio offers the following features:

    • Anchored annotations that correspond to the text currently visible
    • Touch capability
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    October 10th, 2014 by Rachel Schnepper

    Annotation Studio v.2.0 Webinar

    Annotation Studio is an easy-to-use, free, and open source digital annotation tool created by HyperStudio, designed in consultation with academic instructors and researchers.

    Have you heard about Annotation Studio and would like to learn more?  Are you interested in incorporating

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    December 16th, 2013 by gabriella

    HyperStudio Talk: Textual Science and the Future of the Past

    Join us for a fascinating discussion of textual science presented by Professor Gregory Heyworth, Associate Professor of English at the University of Mississippi and the Director of the Lazarus Project, an initiative to recover damaged manuscripts using spectral imaging.

    Thursday, January 30, …

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    Projects Featured Work

    Marginalia

    Annotation Studio

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

    US-Iran – Missed Opportunities

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

    Comédie-Française Registers Project

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

    Berliner sehen

    Berliner sehen is a hypermedia documentary that engages students of Ge… View this project...
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