Successful summer workshop

On Thursday, July 25, 2013, eight undergraduates and six graduate students wrapped up eight weeks of work with a well-choreographed sequence of short presentations on nine faculty projects. It was a productive summer, in the course of which students variously edited XML, collated sixteenth-century witnesses, gathered bibliographic data and fine-tuned Zotero workflows, wrestled with OCR in German and English, navigated taxonomies, cleaned up biographies, interpreted topic models, and created digital collections, among other activities.