Cross-posted on my personal blog. In a previous post, UVA’s Slavic Librarian, Kathleen Thompson, and Slavic Lecturer, Jill Martiniuk, outlined the early stages of a 3D printing assignment for Yuri Urbanovich’s ‘Understanding Russia: Symbols, Myths, and Archetypes of Identity’ course. Kathleen and Jill now describe the unexpected obstacles and opportunities of this assignment in a two part blog…. Continue reading “3D Printing in the Classroom: Outcomes and Reflections on a Slavic Course Experiment (1/2)”.
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[Cross-posted on the my personal blog as well as the WLUDH blog. What follows is a slightly more fleshed out version of what I presented this past week at HASTAC 2016 (complete with my memory-inflected transcript of the Q&A). I gave a bit more context for the project at the event than I do here, so it…. Continue reading “Reading Speech: Virginia Woolf, Machine Learning, and the Quotation Mark”.
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