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Implementing DSpace at Rice: Lessons Learned
Slides from a presentation about Rice's DSpace installation given at the Texas Library Association's Digitization 101 pre-conference, April 2008. (Note: some of the slides were previously used in a presentation at Open ...
Emerging Technologies that Hold Promise for Education
Presented at Lone Star College System's E-learning Symposium 2009, November 12, 2009
Doing Digital Scholarship
Paper presented at Digital Humanities 2008 (Oulu, Finland). Focuses on a project to practice digital scholarship by relying on electronic resources, experimenting with tools for analyzing and organizing digital information, ...
Reading with a Tender Rapture: Reveries of a Bachelor and the Rhetoric of Detached Intimacy
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003)
"Reading with a Tender Rapture" examines readers' responses to Donald Grant Mitchell's best-selling sentimental work Reveries of a Bachelor (1850). This article was based upon a chapter in my dissertation, "Bachelors of ...
Why TEI? How Text Encoding Facilitates Research and Analysis
Discusses how TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) can be used by archives and special collections libraries. Defines TEI and provides background on XML. Provides examples of how TEI can facilitate text analysis, placing ...
"Research, Not Re-Search": Managing Research with Zotero
Review of Zotero, a Firefox based research tool.
Visualizing Texts, Modeling History: Possibilities for Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
Presentation given for scholars in hemispheric American studies, October 8, 2008