*tap* *tap* Is thing thing on? 🎙️
ACLS Launches Open Book Prize to Expand Access to Knowledge - ACLS https://ift.tt/h8jbt4e
I saw someone point out today that to a French speaker “ChatGPT” reads like “Cat, I farted” (« Chat, j’ai pété ») and now that is what I am going to think of every time I see it mentioned.
Update. Leaked emails show that the #CollegeBoard lied about why it revised its #AP #AfricanAmerican studies course. Thanks to @holden for calling it out: "The corruption of the College Board is appalling. It simply cannot be trusted, and academia must stop relying on it to make important decisions about education."
In this post @tkadlec writes about the intentionality of reading RSS feeds:
> “Curating a set of feeds I find interesting and making the time to read them feels like an investment in myself.”
After weeks of care-full work from the brilliant program committee, #ACH2023 acceptances are out! I'm sending gratitude to the committee (Caitlin Pollock, @apjanco, @alexwermercolan, Eduard Arriaga, Sarah Potvin). And 💫especially💫 to
@pam, our amazing, compassionate Chair. Collaborating with Pam on #ACH2023 has been the best part of my academic year.
I cannot wait for y'all to see the program (soon soon!). This year's @ach conference is going to be something special. And, registration is open! Join us this summer!
^^ check out the info on bursaries for grad students and contingent/un-/underemployed professionals, too.
Facing the Future: Machine Learning and #AI in Libraries, Archives and Museums
The recording of the online talk by @mia is available at
#digitalscholarship #digitalhumanities #digitalcuration
NARA's got a Digital Preservation Specialist opening.
Being on the other side of the country, I can't drop the @scholarslab with snacks to show @literature_geek & @walshbr how much I appreciate them on their Labiversary, so I wrote a blog post instead: https://quinndombrowski.com/blog/2023/04/24/celebrating-a-labiversary/ #DigitalHumanities
All Verso ebooks are on sale for 80% off (so about $2 USD) till April 26 in case that is interesting to anyone
In the first contribution to our ongoing “(Under)Graduate Perspectives” series, Dylan Du (undergraduate in History/Psychology
at UCLA), explores the historiographical debates among scholars of Fascism/Nazism regarding the question of "totalitarian" power.
If you would like to have one of your students’ essays featured in this series, please get in touch with our weblog editors via our “Contact” section.
I’ll give journalists in Ukraine pro-bono cybersecurity guidance, inc. security keys for enhanced two-factor auth for email and social media. If you know folks at Kyiv Independent, Kyiv Post or elsewhere who would benefit from this, please put us in touch: runa at granitt dot io.
my raspberry lungwort is doing beautifully in the shady containers by the house