Tag Archives: technology

SAHS: dynamic & going digital

The Southern African Historical Society biennial meeting displayed dynamism, renewed energy, and increasing interest in digital initiatives. Scholarly society meetings have a routine. Even without looking at the program, you know what to expect. The attractions of camaraderie, connection with … Continue reading

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Challenges of change-ability: New Frontiers of Digital Scholarship

Another seduction is the expanded possibility of “getting it right,” quickly correcting mistakes or responding to suggestions without having to wait for a publisher to issue a second edition. Continue reading

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Event: ZoteroII at UC Irvine

ZOTERO II: HANDS-ON WITH YOUR OWN WORK Tues., 4/28, 12:30 – 2:00, 137 Humanities Instructional Building, UCIrvine Now that you’ve heard about Zotero, experimented with it a bit, or even begun to use it as your bibliographic software, bring in … Continue reading

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Technological tools for historians

Zotero is really starting to grow on me. I added this bibliographic application to my browser in November and I now find that I use it constantly to create lists of books to read, to organize items relevant to my … Continue reading

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Episode 1: Using Technology

The first episode of the Making History Podcast is now available. Click here to subscribe to this podcast feed, or subscribe  via iTunes. This episode examines 5 different technological tools that can be helpful to History graduate students. Here’s a … Continue reading

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