Digital image manipulation, social network analysis, and data mining can change our perceptions of the world around us, but they also require careful, critical use. This presentation will take arts & humanities practitioners through mapping, data mining, network anaysis, data visualiztaion, 3D rendering, computationally aided vision, and other digital methods in a variety of disciplines and tackle some of the critical issues for digital arts & humanities practitioners. We'll also provide a clear list of IU resources that can support these efforts. Finally, we'll all engage in a practical white-board-based activity that doesn't require digital tools to demonstrate how analog methods can enhance understanding of some of these digital-methods applications in a variety of environments (including the classroom). Presented by Kalani Craig, Michelle Dalmau, and Tassie Gniady.
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