University of Luxembourg
December 20, 2016
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Doing Digital History: Introduction to Tools and Technology
Did everyone form a group of 3/4 yet?
Any questions about the final assignment
You have learned to write HTML, CSS, and some even SQL
You have learned to work with Voyant Tools, Google Spreadsheets, StoryMap, Carto, and Palladio
What did you think of all this?
Was it interesting to write differently from a Word document, and try to embed visuals or interactive visualisations?
Which tools did you like? Which ones didn't you like?
What are key take aways from using digital methods as a historian?
What were the main difficulties of doing this?
Would you want to try more of this?
What did you think about the assignments?
What did you think about using 1 corpus, the Clinton emails, for all the assignments?
Averages: 7,2 - 7,3 - 7,4 - 7,7
Please go to Moodle and take 10 minutes to evaluate the course with the provided form
What is :D or :( or ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Monday 20 - Friday 24 February
Start Monday at 9:30
Databases for Young Historians
Supported by Leonor Alvarez (Leiden Uni), Pim van Bree, and Geert Kessels (LAB1100)
Requirements: recent version of Firefox or Google Chrome
10 January (if you want!)
And of course you can always email me with questions & problems
He's making a database
He's sorting it twice
SELECT * from contacts WHERE
behaviour = 'nice'
SQL Clause is coming to town