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The wrap up session is now in the CTL. Please come take food! Lots left.
Funding for THATCamp Alabama 2014 was provided by UAB College of Arts and Sciences, UAB Office of the Vice Provost for Student and Faculty Success, and UAB Libraries. Thank you to Auburn University Libraries for donating giveaway items.
Thanks to all our campers for making this a great THATCamp Alabama!
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Melissa Fortson Green had to cancel her session on Accessibility in Digital Humanities that was scheduled for this afternoon.
The Train Your Data session is in CTL. Using Images for Classes is in Sterne Library. We apologize for late notice. We’ll be more stable tomorrow.
We have a Public THATCampAL folder on Google Drive. Feel free to add notes from the sessions you attend.
Safe travels to everyone as you make your way to THATCamp Alabama!
Here are a few reminders:
- Stay tuned to our website and @THATCampAL on Twitter for updates throughout today and tomorrow.
- If you’re tweeting, add #thatcampal as a hashtag. We’ll Storify tweets and post them online.
- Registration opens at noon today, and the opening session begins at 1:00 p.m. in Heritage Hall Building, Room 104. We’ll also have registration and breakfast there tomorrow.
- Parking is in Lot 15D next to Abrom-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts.
See you soon!
Submissions for Cards Against Digital Humanities are coming in! While I don’t think we’ll have enough suggestions to play this weekend, I’m hopeful we’ll collect enough to have a deck ready for our friends at THATCamp Games.
Here’s a preview of some of the ideas submitted to date:
Please continue to share your suggestions, and, if you’re not sure what this is all about, you’ll find an explanation in this previous post.