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Tracking Moveable Type with Arch-V Image Recognition Software

The team at the UC Davis Digital Scholarship Lab has completed its first successful experiment using the Arch-V image recognition software package to track the re-use of individual sorts of type across multiple pages in multiple works.* Working in collaboration with Jessie Owens, a faculty member in the Music department

 
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Slides from “More than Scores: Musicology and Metadata” Talk at AMS 2018

Attached are the slide for my talk and workshop, “More than Scores: Musicology and Metadata,” sponsored by the Committee on Technology at the American Musicological Society annual conference in San Antonio, Texas, November 1-4, 2018. The talk provides an high level overview of applying FRBR and Linked Data approaches to

 
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Slides from Talk Given at Texas A&M Digital Humanities Working Group, January 2106

Talk Given at Texas A&M Digital Humanities Working Group, January 2106. Talk Given at Texas A&M Digital Humanities Working Group, January 2106. The talk focuses on the recent #EBBOGATE scandal and need for collaboration with content vendors to work towards a community curated open access library of texts. A particular

 
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Slides from Talk Given at MLA2016 Alternate Career Paths Panel, January 2016

Published on January 7, 2016 by in Conferences

Slides from Talk Given at MLA2016 Alternate Career Paths Panel, January 2016. The talk focuses on navigating career paths post PhD for humanities students. https://figshare.com/articles/Talk_Given_at_MLA2016_Alternate_Career_Paths_Panel_January_2016/2507230

 
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Slides from Short Talk Given at MLA2016 Collaboration Panel, January 2016

Published on January 6, 2016 by in Conferences

Slides from a short talk given at MLA2016 on a panel devoted to interdisciplinary collaboration. It focuses on the English Broadside Ballad Archive (ebba.english.ucsb.edu)-an interdisciplinary project spanning 13 years during which time it has employed over 400 faculty, researchers, post docs, and students from multiple disciplines. https://figshare.com/articles/Short_Talk_Given_at_MLA2016_Collaboration_Panel_January_2016/2506666

 
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