Documentary Title: Nine Faculty Engaging in Digital Humanities: A 2020 Summer Documentary

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Video #1: https://youtu.be/swzm3oYVfPA

Title: Introduction to the Fundamentals of Data Research (FDR) Fellowship

Duration: 6:03

Summary: Josh describes the history and evolution of the Baylor University Libraries’ Fundamentals of Data Research Fellowship and its core components of data visualization, text data mining, and data scripting.


Video #2: https://youtu.be/r63W_isK79c

Title: Introduction to the Nine Faculty Fellows

Duration: 10:56

Summary: The nine Fellows introduce themselves and their digital humanities projects at the outset of the summer.

Audio Issues: Due to a recording error, there are periodic audio issues within this video. Our deepest apologies.


Video #3: https://youtu.be/ZbzfOVW5nIU

Title: Fellows Grappling with Data & Scope: Four Examples

Duration: 11:58

Summary: The first task the Fellows must grapple with is access to data and a potential refining of their research scope. This video focuses on the following four Fellows:

  • Sam Parler, School of Music
  • Julie Holcomb, Museum Studies
  • Nicholas Werse, Department of Religion
  • Nicole Kenley, Department of English
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