WordPress Drop-In #11

Virtual (Zoom)

Looking to get started using WordPress to create a website? Have an existing site but are stuck with a problem in development? Trying to use CSS in WordPress to create a particular design? Join Matt Lefaive, CDHI's Digital Humanities Developer, for a series of drop-in sessions aimed at beginner users of WordPress! Bring your questions […]

What Is An Algorithm and Why Should I Care?

Virtual (Zoom)

We hear a lot of buzz about algorithms and AI. But what exactly are algorithms and how do they work? How are they already using your personal data and shaping your everyday life? Are they good for humanity or are they, as Cathy O'Neil argues, "weapons of 'math' destruction"? Tech companies arguably dodge a lot of scrutiny […]

Recent Events

Unveiling the Future: Exploring the Intersection of Education and AI with the Center for Civic Education (US)

Virtual (Zoom)

Embark on a transformative journey with our upcoming webinar tailored for educators seeking to navigate the complexities of artificial intelligence (AI) in the classroom. Delve into teachers' critical role in addressing AI's impact on society, exploring specific challenges faced in integrating AI education. Gain invaluable historical context to understand AI's implications and discover practical strategies […]

DH Fest 2024

William Doo Auditorium 45 Willcocks Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) at the University of Toronto cordially invites you to DH FEST 2024, a research showcase and celebration of three years of CDHI. All activities will take place in person, at the the William Doo Auditorium, New College, located at 45 Willcocks Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2H3. DH Fest highlights […]

WordPress Drop-In #10

Virtual (Zoom)

Looking to get started using WordPress to create a website? Have an existing site but are stuck with a problem in development? Trying to use CSS in WordPress to create a particular design? Join Matt Lefaive, CDHI's Digital Humanities Developer, for a series of drop-in sessions aimed at beginner users of WordPress! Bring your questions […]

WordPress Drop-In #9

Virtual (Zoom)

Looking to get started using WordPress to create a website? Have an existing site but are stuck with a problem in development? Trying to use CSS in WordPress to create a particular design? Join Matt Lefaive, CDHI's Digital Humanities Developer, for a series of drop-in sessions aimed at beginner users of WordPress! Bring your questions […]

CDHI Guide to Amazing Research Posters

Virtual (Zoom)

You are conducting great research. It should look amazing too!   The research poster is a genre of research communication and knowledge sharing that comes with unique opportunities and challenges. How do you fit a whole thesis or dissertation in one frame? How do you identify the most important information? How do you create or […]

WordPress Drop-In #8

Virtual (Zoom)

Looking to get started using WordPress to create a website? Have an existing site but are stuck with a problem in development? Trying to use CSS in WordPress to create a particular design? Join Matt Lefaive, CDHI's Digital Humanities Developer, for a series of drop-in sessions aimed at beginner users of WordPress! Bring your questions […]

WordPress Drop-In #7

Virtual (Zoom)

Looking to get started using WordPress to create a website? Have an existing site but are stuck with a problem in development? Trying to use CSS in WordPress to create a particular design? Join Matt Lefaive, CDHI's Digital Humanities Developer, for a series of drop-in sessions aimed at beginner users of WordPress! Bring your questions […]

Create Your Academic Website: The WordPress Edition

Collaborative Digital Research Space (CDRS) Maanjiwe nendamowinan (MN) - 3359 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Workshop ends with attendees having a self-editable website hosted free, paving a clear path for future upgrades and premium development.

CDHI Visiting Speaker Series: Shawn Graham

Virtual (Zoom)

CDHI is pleased to welcome our third and final Visiting Speaker of 2023-24: Dr. Shawn Graham. Professor Graham's talk is titled, "Cultural Heritage Crime and Neural Networks: Deformation for Hot Tips" How can archaeologists use digital tools to prevent cultural heritage crimes? In the digital humanities, we sometimes talk about "deforming" our materials to see […]

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