Olga Scrivner

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First name: 
Olga
Last name: 
Scrivner
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My current research lies at the intersection of data visualization, text mining, corpus linguistics, quantitative methods and digital humanities. I am also interested in applying Virtual and Augmented Reality as educational tools.

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Globalization of the US: From Digital Research Project to Digital Library Services

December 10 2014
Event
As part of an exhibition at the Lilly Library entitled The Globalization of the United States, 1789-1861 scheduled to open September 15, historian Konstantin Dierks and librarians Erika Dowell and Michelle Dalmau have partnered to create a digital counterpart to the physical exhibit that includes...
Herman B Wells LibraryE159
Bloomington, IN
United States

Basic Skills in the Digital Humanities - OMEKA

November 21 2014
Event
Catapult Center at Indiana University will offer a workshop on Omeka . The workshop will be led by Will Cowan (IU Library Technologies Software Development). To access the livestream connect to Adobe and enter as a guest. The connected users could participate and ask questions during the workshop...
Indiana University
Bloomington,
United States

Using Omeka: Cultural Heritage Projects at Indiana University

November 19 2014
Event
William G. Cowan, Head, Software Development Library Technologies Software Development Erika Jenns, Graduate Assistant Arts & Humanities, Reference Services Ardea Smith, Graduate Assistant Black Film Center/Archive Watch the presentation here: http://connect.iu.edu/diglib (If you are not a...
Indiana University
Bloomington,
United States
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