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T3 is a professional development opportunity led by faculty, librarians, and staff, where participants will learn and share about enhancing digital literacies in their practice. While presentions will represent a full spectrum of pedagogical approaches, this year, to celebrate #yearofopen we will have a special focus on open educational concepts and projects. Register at T3.snc.edu
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Tuesday, May 23 • 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Opening the Humanities—in 3D! : The Digital & Virtual Heritage Exploration of a Viking Home

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Digital and Virtual Heritage (DVH) is an emerging interdisciplinary field which employs traditional research methods, speculative experimentation, and digital tools to explore the wide-reaching features which make up the human experience. At UW-Green Bay, Heidi Sherman (Associate Professor and Chair of History) is leading a project to bring a replica of a Viking Grindbygning (a timber frame medieval Norwegian house) to their campus. Her colleague Luke Konkol, an instructional technologist with additional background in anthropology and 3D design, is working with a group of students using Blender (an open-source 3D design and animation software) and other tools to re-create an interactive 3D model of the structure along with evidence-based digital re-creations of artifacts. Presenters will outline DVH as a discipline, explore some of the techniques, benefits, and limitations of the field, demonstrate the tools (all free!) that UWGB is using to do this, and discuss the “Saga Project” in more detail. As this year’s theme is ‘The Year of Open,’ this hybrid presentation and round-table discussion will emphasize DVH’s motivation of increasing access to cultural materials as well as the open-resource nature of its research, creation, & curation.

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Luke Konkol

Instructional Technologist, UW-Green Bay
Luke Konkol is an Instructional Technologist at UW-Green Bay’s Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL). He is a 2012 alumnus of UW-La Crosse where he studied philosophy and anthropology with particular interest in belief and behavior. He has since translated... Read More →
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Heidi Sherman

Associate Professor and Chair of History, University of Wisconsin Green Bay
Heidi has published in the fields of early medieval Russian archaeology and history. She is particularly interested in the material culture of the middle ages. For five years, she and a colleague (Alison Gates) grew flax and processed it into linen using traditional techniques... Read More →


Tuesday May 23, 2017 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Mulva Library 314

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