Tag Archive: UCLA

Why not start by stopping to think: Where’s your data?

Posted by Annelie Rugg, Humanities CIO, UCLA Center for Digital Humanities. Data is a hot topic, not just in digital humanities, but throughout academia, as well as in medicine, commerce, public policy, etc. ‘Big data’, ‘deep data’, ‘metadata’, ‘data visualization’…
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Spotlight: Albert Duntugan, Managing Data and Information Architecture at UCLA Health

Posted by Leah Burns, IT Communications Coordinator, UCOP. Albert Duntugan always loved science and like many who study biology, intended to pursue medical school. However, after completing his bachelor’s degree from Loyola Marymount University, Duntugan pursued an interest in public…
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Mobility and the Modern Web Conference at UCLA – September 16-18

Posted by Rose Rocchio, Director of Education and Collaboration Technology, UCLA.

UCLA’s Mobility and the Modern Web Conference is all about mobile technology in the world we live in: mobile discovery, mobile friendly content, native mobile apps, mobile app…
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IT Spotlight: UCLA’s Dr. Miriam Posner Combines Art and Data Science

Posted by Lexi Rivetti, UCB Student Intern, UCOP. What is digital humanities? Dr. Miriam Posner, program coordinator for UCLA’s Center for Digital Humanities (DH) hears this question a lot. “There are a lot of different definitions floating around out there….
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