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Digital Humanities Workshop Series: Digital Mapping
March 4 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Virtual Event
Join us for the second meeting of the Digital Humanities Workshop series 2022 — “Digital Mapping” — on March 4 from 1-2 PM. The workshop will explore an open-source geospatial analysis tool, Kepler.gl, to create maps to support research and pedagogy. In the hour-long workshop, you will get hands-on experience creating interactive maps such as line maps, arc maps, and cluster maps. No prior computer knowledge is required. Please see the flyer for more details or register for the event.
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Xiao Li is a historian and digital humanist. She works as the digital humanist in the Humanities Computing Service in the humanities division. Before joining UC Santa Cruz, Xiao was a digital humanities specialist at Phillips Academy at Andover, preserving historical archives on Asian history in the U.S.: Chinese Students at Andover (1878-2000) and was a digital humanities intern at the Smithsonian preserving the destroyed cultural heritage sites in Syria, Mali and Bosnia. She also worked with Reuters and the Associate Press for four years on international news reporting.