Topic: HASTAC

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By Olga Scrivner on Nov 27th, 2014
While there is a learning curve in learning LateX, but it is WORTH trying for several reasons:1. Separation of Style and Content:   ...
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By Katie Morrissey on Nov 24th, 2014
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My apologies for the late introduction post. I've been having so much fun reading everyone's posts, I totally forgot to write my own! Nonetheless, I...
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By Christine Yao on Nov 22nd, 2014
How does storytelling work in video games? In her talk and Twine workshop "Narrative Design: Nonlinear Stories and Iterative Design" scifi writer E....
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By Olga Scrivner on Nov 21st, 2014
William G. Cowan, (Head, Software Development) is about to launch the workshop for Humanist. You can connect with Adobe https://connect.iu.edu/...
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By Cameron Glover on Nov 20th, 2014
Hello everyone!It's been a busy semester, to say the least. However, I'm so excited to be starting my HASTAC Scholar project. 
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By Connie Wallace on Nov 18th, 2014
Wanting to create a digital collection has been on my mind for about a year. I started this by accident. It began with a purchase of a set of WWI...
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By Erkan Toguslu on Nov 17th, 2014
The aim of this conference is to gather scholars who work on Hui people in China and Muslims in Europe to compare the similitudes and differences of...
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By Olga Scrivner on Nov 17th, 2014
Robert Pool in his recent blog touched upon an interesting question: bottom-up versus top-down approach in Academic Writing. The traditional bottom-...
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