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Presentation to the Ladies of Charity of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, August 17, 2019
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Slide deck from the "Introduction to Software Preservation and Curation" presented in the Roger Sorrells Engineering and Science Library on March 28th, 2019. Presented by Dr. Eric Kaltman, CLIR Fellow for Data Curation in the Sciences
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This deposit contains 6K versions of the final, edited 360º video scenes from the Shakespeare-VR project. The Shakespeare-VR project uses virtual reality technologies to bring students face-to-face with professional actors performing Shakespearean soliloquies in a replica of Shakespeare’s Blackfriars Playhouse. Directed by Shakespeare scholar and Digital Humanities specialist, Prof. Stephen Wittek, the project combines the talents of partners from the virtual reality production company Stitchbridge, the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation, the CMU Center for Digital Sciences, Humanities, Arts, Research, and Publishing (DSHARP), and the American Shakespeare Center. In addition to providing an exciting, immersive introduction to the spaces Shakespeare had in mind when he composed his plays, the project makes an important contribution to the growing body of research on virtual reality in humanities education. Shooting at the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia took place in November, 2018. The virtual reality experiences include scenes from Hamlet (1.2, 2.2, 3.1 & 5.1), and a virtual tour of the ASC Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, VA.
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Presentation to the Ladies of Charity of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, August 17, 2019
Data Types:
  • Video
Slide deck from the "Introduction to Software Preservation and Curation" presented in the Roger Sorrells Engineering and Science Library on March 28th, 2019. Presented by Dr. Eric Kaltman, CLIR Fellow for Data Curation in the Sciences
Data Types:
  • Video
This deposit contains 6K versions of the final, edited 360º video scenes from the Shakespeare-VR project. The Shakespeare-VR project uses virtual reality technologies to bring students face-to-face with professional actors performing Shakespearean soliloquies in a replica of Shakespeare’s Blackfriars Playhouse. Directed by Shakespeare scholar and Digital Humanities specialist, Prof. Stephen Wittek, the project combines the talents of partners from the virtual reality production company Stitchbridge, the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation, the CMU Center for Digital Sciences, Humanities, Arts, Research, and Publishing (DSHARP), and the American Shakespeare Center. In addition to providing an exciting, immersive introduction to the spaces Shakespeare had in mind when he composed his plays, the project makes an important contribution to the growing body of research on virtual reality in humanities education. Shooting at the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia took place in November, 2018. The virtual reality experiences include scenes from Hamlet (1.2, 2.2, 3.1 & 5.1), and a virtual tour of the ASC Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, VA.
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The development of historical empathy in students is a desired learning outcome in many history curriculums. Although historical empathy is written about frequently in educational literature, it is not addressed in archival journals. The integration of "historical empathy" into archival pedagogy is rich with opportunities. Three archivists discuss their successful collaborations with educators to develop archival projects that incorporate empathy development in a wide range of academic settings. This presentation was given at the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting in Austin, TX in August 2019.
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Still images taken during filming days and others used in the final videos during the Shakespeare VR project. The Shakespeare-VR project uses virtual reality technologies to bring students face-to-face with professional actors performing Shakespearean soliloquies in a replica of Shakespeare’s Blackfriars Playhouse. Directed by Shakespeare scholar and Digital Humanities specialist, Prof. Stephen Wittek, the project combines the talents of partners from the virtual reality production company Stitchbridge, the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation, the CMU Center for Digital Sciences, Humanities, Arts, Research, and Publishing (DSHARP), and the American Shakespeare Center. In addition to providing an exciting, immersive introduction to the spaces Shakespeare had in mind when he composed his plays, the project makes an important contribution to the growing body of research on virtual reality in humanities education. Shooting at the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia took place in November, 2018. The virtual reality experiences include scenes from Hamlet (1.2, 2.2, 3.1 & 5.1), and a virtual tour of the ASC Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, VA.
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Presentation at "Reproducibility and Data Reuse in Life Science" workshop in Uppsala, Sweden, September 19, 2019, co-organized by SciLifeLab Data Centre and eLife. The talk discussed hurdles and incentives in scientific data discovery and reuse, presented use cases and takeaways from an NSF supported conference, "AIDR 2019: Artificial Intelligence for Data Discovery and Reuse", and encouraged audience to contribute to building a healthy data ecosystem. Recordings: https://youtu.be/fKnef69wT3g
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This deposit contains the raw, unedited and un-stitched video captured for 30 filmed scenes from the Shakespeare-VR project. Each scene was captured with 17 cameras from a YI HALO Google Jump camera. This deposit includes the stitching metadata created by the Google Jump Assembler Cloud service. The Shakespeare-VR project uses virtual reality technologies to bring students face-to-face with professional actors performing Shakespearean soliloquies in a replica of Shakespeare’s Blackfriars Playhouse. Directed by Shakespeare scholar and Digital Humanities specialist, Prof. Stephen Wittek, the project combines the talents of partners from the virtual reality production company Stitchbridge, the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation, the CMU Center for Digital Sciences, Humanities, Arts, Research, and Publishing (DSHARP), and the American Shakespeare Center. In addition to providing an exciting, immersive introduction to the spaces Shakespeare had in mind when he composed his plays, the project makes an important contribution to the growing body of research on virtual reality in humanities education. Shooting at the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia took place in November, 2018. The virtual reality experiences include scenes from Hamlet (1.2, 2.2, 3.1 & 5.1), and a virtual tour of the ASC Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, VA.
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  • Video