Nuts and Bolts

Nuts & Bolts discussion: Sara Humphreys

We’d like to invite you to join us for the first Nuts and Bolts session of the new academic year! The Nuts and Bolts discussions are de​signed to focus on the pragmatics of DH research. Details are below:
Friday, October 13
4:00-5:00 pm
The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab
McPherson Library, A314
University of Victoria
We’re delighted to have Sara Humphreys kicking things off with a discussion of using Twine ( for her research:
What are the processes and practicalities of turning an academic edition into a text-based game? This interactive and inclusive discussion is less interested in why anyone would remediate a print edition into an online game and more interested in how to go about such a project. In addition to the sheer logistics of such an undertaking, there are ethical questions to tackle, such as representation and access.
Sara Humphreys is a settler Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of English. She is also an Open Knowledge Practicum Fellow with the Electronic Textual Cultures Laboratory (ETCL). 

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