Office of Digital Humanities

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Apr 22, 2014 – Humanities Grads Work in Diverse Fields

A new way to view data shows vast impact of humanities in business, IT, healthcare and other fields
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Apr 4, 2014 – Digitizing the Humanities

BYU English professor Leslee Thorne-Murphy offers English students the chance to give their literary studies a real-world application – digitizing and annotating Victorian-era short fiction.
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Feb 21, 2013 – Check out the FLAC

The Foreign Language Activity Commons is your place to keep up with international television, study verb conjugations with classmates, bring your club to sing, dance and eat, or just curl up with a book in your language of choice. Visit with the attendant for more information or scheduling help.
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Feb 21, 2013 – Pronunciation Evaluation

The BYU Automatic Pronunciation Evaluation (APE) Project is a product of the Brigham Young University Humanities Learning Resources (HLR) and the Office of Digital Humanities (ODH). This web app is a multi-lingual learning application which allows a student to record a word in a foreign language and get automatic feedback and pronunciation suggestions in seconds.
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Feb 21, 2013 – Humanities Center Winter Symposium

The Humanities Center and the Office of Digital Humanities will be sponsoring a winter symposium addressing the Digital Humanities. Mark Davies of Linguistics and English Language, Steve Peck of Biology, and Ursula Heise of UCLA's English Department and Institute of the Environment and Sustainability will be speaking.
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