Free Textbooks for Students: A Look at Open Educational Resources in the UH System

The best reading, for the largest number, at the least cost. — American Library Association Motto, Originally Adopted in 1892 Librarians believe in the equity of access, eliminating the barriers often seen with a lack…

The Perils and Promise of Online Teaching

  American Studies is hosting a forum on the perils and promise of online teaching this comingFriday, April 24 at 3:00 pm in Webster 101. Faculty and graduate students interested in getting started or improving…

Two Talks from the Decolonial Futures Symposium this week at UH

The Center for South Asian Studies is hosting the Decolonial Futures Symposium this week at UHM and two of the presentations are of note for the digital humanities.  Hope to see you there! Silences, Exclusions,…

Documentary Editing in the Age of Digital Humanities

Monday April 6, 2015 noon – 1:15pm History Library (Sakamaki A201) The field of Digital Humanities has transformed the way scholars of history and other humanities disciplines approach research of, access to, and manipulation of…

#EthnoDigitalSonics no. 1.

Digi A&H will cosponsor two events at  Kakaʿako Agora this week  featuring Tahir Hemphill, of the Rap Research Lab in the Bronx, perhaps best known for his Hip Hop Word Count database project which mines Rap…

Digital Arts and Humanities Spring Semester Kickoff

Late holiday gift, perhaps you missed it under the tree, but we have a Cray supercomputer (well, ITC does, but they are encouraging us to think of ways to use it). Gwen Jacobs, the UH…

Meeting: Open Access and the Future of Publishing

Monthly meeting of the Digital Arts and Humanities Initiative: Open Access and the Future of Publishing Mon. Dec. 8, noon to 1:15, History Library, Sakamaki A 203 How does the University Open Access Initiative tie…

Videos or Podcasts as Alternatives for Academic Papers

Jim Hearon Media Specialist, Sinclair Library UH Mānoa An accelerated face-to-face learning arts class was rolled out during Spring 2014.  This course was the fifth course revision and featured an interesting new development in the…