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Cuevas Shares Dissertation Advice

November 2014

photoHaydee M. Cuevas, a member of the UCF Texts and Technology Advisory Board, recently shared dissertation advice in the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society's HFES Bulletin.

Cuevas authored two articles, "Preparing the Dissertation Proposal" and "Preparing the Dissertation Final Defense."

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Scot French Presented Work at the Southern Historical Association Annual Meeting

November 2014

photoT&T faculty, Scot French, presented his latest work on text-mining and topic modeling of the Florida Historical Quarterly at the Southern Historical Association annual meeting in Atlanta, Nov. 14. As part of the SHA workshop, "Computers, Visualization, and Regional History: New Approaches to Visualizing the Literature of a Field," French included examples of student projects from his Digital Tools for Historians (HIS 6165) graduate seminar. His FHQ project collaborator, David Staley, presented on "Hermeneutics through Material Form: Sculpture as Scholarly Performance in Digital History."

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An Interview with Featured Alumnus: Mark Pollitt

November 2014

photoFormer FBI agent Mark Pollitt first visited UCF while working with the National Center for Forensic Science to develop standards for digital forensics. After his retirement from the FBI, he consulted as a cyber-security expert and did some adjunct teaching before accepting a full time position as a visiting professor at UCF. Shortly afterwards, he was accepted into the Texts and Technology Ph.D. program.

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Read Latest T&T Newsletter

July 2014

Read the latest T&T newsletter here, including information on dissertation award recipients, incoming students, and important dates to note.

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Scot French's e-poster Featured on the Spring 2014 Issue of the Journal of Digital Humanities

May 2014

photoThe Spring 2014 issue of the Journal of Digital Humanities featured an e-poster created by T&T Core Faculty member Scot French. The poster -- "Visual Historiography: Visualizing 'The Literature of a Field'"-- represents work presented by French and his co-authors, David Staley of Ohio State and Bill Ferster of the University of Virginia, at the Digital Humanities 2013 conference in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Dissertation Research Award For Texts & Technology Ph.D. Students

April 2014

The Texts & Technology program, the UCF Center for Humanities and Digital Research, and the UCF College of Graduate Studies announced a new award program available to students at the dissertation phase of their research in the T&T program.  Five awards of up to $3,000 each will be made for research travel or related support.  The awards are intended to facilitate the timely completion of high-quality dissertations.  Research support examples that can be covered by this award include: help with travel to archives, libraries, or other sites for primary source access; consultation (or interviews) with subject or method experts; participation in a workshop or appropriate technology conference for specialized training; and/or the purchase of specialized technical equipment, e.g., software, supplies, etc. unique to the student’s research and not available elsewhere at UCF. » Download award information

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Vie Examines Digital Activism in New Journal Article

March 2014

Stephanie  VieStephanie Vie examines "slacktivism" in an upcoming online journal article.

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InMedia publishes Mauer article

February 2014

Barry  MauerAn article by Barry Mauer entitled "Control Room and the Staging of War" was recently published by InMedia, a french Journal of Media and Media Representations.

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