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#TechTuesday | More than Wikipedia: Wikis Explained

Fàilte! Welcome back to #TechTuesday. Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for Language in Lyrics. Last time, we were talking all about WordPress, and the advantages and disadvantages of using WordPress.com and WordPress.org to create your own website. This time, we’re moving on to talk about another way to make your own website: wikis. While … Continue reading #TechTuesday | More than Wikipedia: Wikis Explained

#TechTuesday | So You Want to Start a Blog?: WordPress Explained

Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for Language in Lyrics. Do bheatha gu #TechTuesday! Last time, we finished our survey of online Gaelic resources. But there was one particular one we purposely left out. If we had used our own website for Language in Lyrics as an example in the previous posts, we would've had … Continue reading #TechTuesday | So You Want to Start a Blog?: WordPress Explained

#TechTuesday | How It’s Made: Online Gaelic Resources in Scotland

Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for Language in Lyrics. By Aleen Leigh Stanton Bliadhna mhath ùr dhuibh! Happy New Year to you all! We're back for another #TechTuesday. This is the second half of our detailed look into online Gaelic resources. Just like last time, we'll investigate how the sites are built, and how … Continue reading #TechTuesday | How It’s Made: Online Gaelic Resources in Scotland

#TechTuesday | How It’s Made: Online Gaelic Resources in Nova Scotia

Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for Language in Lyrics. By Aleen Leigh StantonWelcome back to #TechTuesday and to our digital kitchen table. This week, we're going to be exploring the online Gaelic world in a bit more detail. We've talked a lot about context, about Digital Humanities, about philosophy. Now, we finally get to … Continue reading #TechTuesday | How It’s Made: Online Gaelic Resources in Nova Scotia

#TechTuesday | What on Google Earth are Digital Humanities? (Part 2)

By Aleen Leigh Stanton And just like that, it's #TechTuesday again. If you're new here, welcome; if you're visiting again, welcome back. This is the third post in the Kitchen Table series, and the second half of our discussion about Digital Humanities. Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for Language in Lyrics. Last week we … Continue reading #TechTuesday | What on Google Earth are Digital Humanities? (Part 2)

#TechTuesday | What on Google Earth are Digital Humanities? (Part 1)

Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for Language in Lyrics. By Aleen Leigh StantonWelcome back to #TechTuesday. In this second post in the Kitchen Table series, we are going to explore something we only mentioned in passing last time: digital humanities. Let’s gather round the (digital) kitchen table for another discussion and see if we … Continue reading #TechTuesday | What on Google Earth are Digital Humanities? (Part 1)

#TechTuesday | Welcome to a New Series: Gather Round the Kitchen Table

By Aleen Leigh Stanton Welcome to the Kitchen Table, a new series of #TechTuesday blogposts I'll be offering over the next little while about digital humanities and technology. Ciamar a tha sibh? Is mise Aleen. Tha mi toilicht' ur coinneachadh! Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for Language in Lyrics. Let me begin by introducing … Continue reading #TechTuesday | Welcome to a New Series: Gather Round the Kitchen Table

#TechTuesday | Sìos toll a’ choineanaich / Down the rabbit hole… Finding Gaelic song texts online.

Gaelic singer Mary Jane Lamond is a member of the Language in Lyrics team. Le Màiri Sìne NicLaomuinn By Mary Jane Lamond Feasgar math dhuibh uile. Tha fios aig an fheadhainn a tha eòlach orm gu bheil mi gu math measail air rannsachadh agus a’ fuasgladh thòimhseachain. Tha na beachdan a leanas a' dol a … Continue reading #TechTuesday | Sìos toll a’ choineanaich / Down the rabbit hole… Finding Gaelic song texts online.