Monthly Archives: October 2011

Arts Special Collections in the Classroom

In the past year, more students have entered the classroom of the Haas Arts Library than the study room. Special Collections librarians Jae Rossman and Molly Dotson joined us this Tuesday to discuss what this means, what is available through … Continue reading

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Blogging Dante's Comedy: Beatrice in the Tag Cloud

Over the past two weeks TwTT has peered behind the user interface to reveal the technology at work in the production of digital editions and the analysis of text databases.  This week, Carol Chiodo, a PhD candidate at Yale's Italian … Continue reading

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EMiC and Making Digital Editions

Last week’s TwTT session explored some of the impressive analytical tools that can be applied to archives once they become machine readable.  This week, Dean Irvine, visiting Yale from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, gave an engaging and technical talk … Continue reading

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How to do Your Own Topic Modeling

In the first Teaching with Technology Tuesday of the fall 2011 semester, David Newman delivered a presentation on topic modeling to a full house in Bass's L01 classroom.  His research concentrates on data mining and machine learning, and he has … Continue reading

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