Category Archives: Crowdsourcing

Talk Session: Handwriting – What we can we learn from it, and how can we use it in a digital age?

The distinction and dividing line between pre-history and history is the written word. Handwritten materials still exists from millennia ago, and these handwritten works give us great insight about nature, civilizations, commerce, literature, and personal communication, as well as information … Continue reading

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Talk Session: Editing Wikipedia, Inspired by Adrianne Wadewitz

As many of you have heard, May has been designated as a month for groups around the world to come together to edit Wikipedia in honor of Dr. Adrianne Wadewitz, who was a Mellon Digital Scholarship Fellow. For this session, … Continue reading

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Propose a session for THATCamp Digital Writing!

THATCamp Digital Writing needs your session proposals! >>Scroll down to see current proposals<< To do that, log into this website and start proposing. If you see a session you like, please comment on it.¬†Share your ideas about projects, tools, assignments, … Continue reading

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