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…

Public Lecture: Hasan Elahi, Director of Digital Cultures and Creativity at U. of MD

HASAN ELAHI  Artist Talk Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 6:30pm ART Auditorium Lecture (with the UHM International Cultural Studies Program)Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at noon to 1:15pm BURNS HALL room 2012 Hasan Elahi is an interdisciplinary…

Alec Fuller’s #TRUTH Project

On October 13 graphic design student Alec Fuller presented his #TRUTH Project: a website that encourages visitors to use hashtags to indicate the degree of truth they assign to various images. He will be parsing…

MIPI 2.0 (update 2.0.1)

Aloha all, We’ve been working on the the MIPI database changes. Glad to report we’ve cleaned up and updated the categories. PICTS (Pacific Islands Countries and Territories) now categorized. We have also implemented easy Image…

MIPI 2.0 (update)

Aloha Digi A&H Community, Writing to post news of progress on MIPI (Moving Images of the Pacific Islands) 2.0. Now back online on the Digi A&H cloudlet, we are in the process of resetting and…

Security alert, especially for iCLoud and findmyiPhone users

There have been a mass of iCloud security breaches over the past week, and they have moved from naked celebs on to some of our own members, so please read on.  Gmail may also have…

DigiA&H at TechLogic Conference

As a part of the TechLogic mini-conference at UH Manoa, two members of the Initiative did short presentations based on their experiences teaching “Digital America,”(AMST 334)  in the department of American Studies. Sean Trundle –…

Welcome!

Our approach to this Digital Arts and Humanities is interdisciplinary and collaborative. We encourage scholarship about performance and performative contexts.  Our intention is to interact with and form critical ways of thinking about new media…