Learning Curve: Results from working with Zenodo

Working on the Visionary Cross project never ceases to amaze and provide more learning opportunities for me and at the same time testing the limits for systems designed and made available to research community.  If last year was dedicated to figuring it out as to how data and research outputs will be disseminated so that […]

Year End Report

This is supposed to be done before the new year begins but past year did not end as well as I expected due to some serious sickness. But still we got quiet a lot done at the Visionary Cross. For me as researcher and project manager, year 2016 has been quiet good. We were finally able […]

GO::DH Executive Committee Elections – Candidate Profiles

Global Outlook::Digital Humanities is holding its third Executive Committee elections. According to the approved bylaws that establish procedures by which GO::DH is governed, four out of eight of the seats on the executive committee are up for election this year. Each executive serves a two year (renewable) term. The election will be open for members […]

Panel on Digital Cultural Heritage accepted at CSDH/SCHN – ACH Joint Conference

Panel on Digital Cultural Heritage (DigiCulthH – a GRAND subgroup) has been accepted at CSDH/SCHN -ACH joint conference to be held in Ottawa, 1 -3 June, 2015. The panel members include: Prof. Daniel O’Donnell, University of Lethbridge Prof. Brent Nelson, University of Saskatchewan Dr. Craig Harkema, University of Saskatchewan   Congratulations to all at VC and […]

Two Student Papers Accepted at Joint CSDH/SCHN & ACH Conference 2015

Visionary Cross has two paper acceptances at Joint CSDH/SCHN & ACH Conference 2015 to be held in Ottawa, 1-3 June 2015. These are: Disability: The Last Frontier for DH by  Kendra Rawluk and Carissa Alexander Developing Text-to-Speech for Religious Scripture: Shiri Guru Granth Sahib by Gurpreet Singh, Sandeep Kaur and Daniel O’Donnell Congratulations to all!!
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