- WordCruncher – Evolving to meet the needs of students and faculty
- September 12, 2022 /Jason Dzubak
Over the last 40 years, students and scholars have used WordCruncher to search, study, and analyze various digital texts ranging from the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Peanuts comics to baseball statistics. From time to time, we are asked by researchers if WordCruncher can perform a specific function or help …
- How to Avoid Getting Burned by Technology (Or: Lessons I Learned the Hard Way)
- August 18, 2022 /Jeremy Browne
Stepping Into The Trap Nearly 20 years ago I was a bright-eyed graduate student splitting time between Dr. Michael Bush’s ARCLITE Lab and Dr. Kirk Belnap’s National Middle East Language Resource Center. Among other responsibilities, I served as an advisor for those groups’ technology decisions, and those decisions were often …
- Digital Transformation for The College of Humanities
- May 3, 2022 /John Cheng
Office of Digital Humanities has been providing exceptional service to faculty member in the College of Humanities. One of services is content management solution, which is especially essential for the college and faculty.
- Digital Humanities Utah
- March 4, 2022 /Brian Croxall
Last week, the Office of Digital Humanities hosted the sixth Digital Humanities Utah (DHU) symposium. DHU began in 2016 as an opportunity to gather people from universities around the state—and from the larger region—to discuss the work that they were doing on/in digital scholarship, digital scholarly communication, and more.
- The College of Humanities’ Custom Software Shop
- February 16, 2022 /Devin Asay
A few weeks ago, as I was packing up to move to a new office, I came across a looseleaf binder that I had put together nearly 25 years ago, a few years into my career at BYU.
- The Peanuts Comics Transcription Project
- January 18, 2022 /Jesse Vincent
Comic strips are not generally analyzed because of the difficulty of converting handwritten images into a digital version. Perhaps one of the most difficult comic strips to analyze is Peanuts, an American comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz from 1950 to 2000.