Digital Workflow, Machine Learning, and Getting to Publication
Scott Reynolds Nelson will talk about using Word files and digital folders to manage document workflow for large research projects. Topics will include the flow-documents, place-keepers, and writing-diaries that help a writer maintain focus. He will also discuss using machine-learning tools to improve scholarly serendipity. Sites and applications discussed (but not endorsed) will include Finereaderonline, Tesseract, Zotero, Google Scholar, Amazon, Academia.edu, and Mendeley.
Nelson has written four prize-winning books including Steel-Driving Man and Nation of Deadbeats
Linguistics PhD candidate Joey Stanley, will hold weekly office hours in support of the following
Every Wednesday 11:30 – 1:15
UGA’s celebration of Frankenstein at 200 begins on Friday, October 19th, when the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, in collaboration with Dr. Richard Neupert (Charles H. Wheatley Professor of the Arts, UGA Department of Theatre and Film Studies), presents a Cinema Roundtable entitled “Mary Shelley, Frankenstein, and Cinematic Adaptations,” and featuring speakers from UGA as well as Emory University.