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Month: December 2017

LIT 200, Legacy, and Women Writers Online: Using Digital Collections as Interpretive Tools

LIT 200, Legacy, and Women Writers Online: Using Digital Collections as Interpretive Tools

By Amanda Stuckey, York College of Pennsylvania Note: Amanda Stuckey is a pedagogical development consultant for the WWP. For my Fall 2017 LIT 200 Literary and Textual Analysis course, I wanted to combine coursework with a project I’ve taken on as the Digital Coordinator for Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers, the only scholarly journal to focus specifically on recovering American women’s writing, broadly defined, from the seventeenth through the early twentieth centuries. During the coming year, I aim to…

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Spring Practicum Series

Spring Practicum Series

We’re delighted to share the spring dates for the WWP’s practicum series of two-hour workshops focused on particular skills and tools. Each session will be held from 12 to 2pm in the Digital Scholarship Commons in Snell Library. In the spring, we will be offering: February 5: An XPath Excursion. This session will cover the basics of exploring and querying XML documents using XPath; we will navigate the document tree, limit our results to meet specific criteria, and discuss ways to…

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