Jonathan Schulz’s Tool Review

Infogram: provides a variety of templates and charts to organize and display information and data alongside text. RAWGraphs: allows users to generate graphs and charts from their spreadsheets (which may help me to easily visualize the information on my Excel spreadsheet). Paper Machines: a plugin for a bibliographic management software, Zotero, that provides a variety... Continue Reading →

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Jordan Graham’s Annotated Bibliography

1. Tromble, Rebekah. "Thanks for (actually) Responding! How Citizen Demand Shapes Politicians' Interactive Practices on Twitter." New Media & Society. 20.2 (2018): 676-697. Web. In this article Tromble used the results of a random sample of tweets from and directed at lower level politicians in the Netherlands, the UK, and the US during the latter... Continue Reading →

Annotated Bibliography

Bouvier, Leon F. and Martin, John L. “Shaping Georgia: The Effects of Immigration, 1970-2020.” 1995. Center for Immigration Studies.  Examines population statistics with regards to immigrant communities and ethnic minorities in Georgia and explains how these populations are projected to change and impact the demographics of the overall state and city. Huang, Xi, and Cathy... Continue Reading →

Jonathan Schulz

Hello, my name is Jonathan and I am a rising sophomore pursuing a double major in Biology and intended Exercise and Sports Science. Following graduation, I aim to pursue a career in medicine as a pediatric physician or in another healthcare-related profession. My non-academic interests include all forms of running (road running, cross-country, track and... Continue Reading →

Hunter Kunzelmann

Hi, I'm Hunter. I am a rising sophomore and an intended Environmental Engineering major at UGA. I love animals, skateboarding, video games, music, photography, and exploring new places. For my summer project I plan on visiting abandoned and iconic places in and around Athens and using camera techniques to highlight them and provide a perspective... Continue Reading →

Project Reviews

Each participant was tasked to find three digital projects to review. Their job was to find projects that fit the same topic or theme of their projects, or ones that used similar methods as their own work. They used the following criteria to find and review existing projects: What to you need/want to see as... Continue Reading →

2018 Cohort

Meet the 2018 Summer Scholars Annelle Brunson   Bradley Camacho   Katie Curry   Maggie Dryden   Jordan Miceli   Trevor Talmadge   Over the course of six weeks this summer, the group will work on Digital Humanities projects of their own design. They will present their findings at the DIGI Colloquium next Fall. Good... Continue Reading →

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