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"The practical goal of this project is to create a visual scheme and interactive tool set for the representation of temporal relations in humanities-based or qualitative research, with particular emphasis on the subjective experience of temporality. Its rhetorical goal is to bring visualization and interface design into the early content modeling phase of humanities computing projects, with an eye toward both enriching the design aspects of established scholarly endeavors and making humanities computing attractive and comprehensible to students and faculty without specialized technical skills. This group, guided by Johanna Drucker and Bethany Nowviskie, has been in existence since January 2001..."
"The practical goal of this project is to create a visual scheme and interactive tool set for the representation of temporal relations in humanities-based or qualitative research, with particular emphasis on the subjective experience of temporality. Its rhetorical goal is to bring visualization and interface design into the early content modeling phase of humanities computing projects, with an eye toward both enriching the design aspects of established scholarly endeavors and making humanities computing attractive and comprehensible to students and faculty without specialized technical skills. This group, guided by Johanna Drucker and Bethany Nowviskie, has been in existence since January 2001..."
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''(from [http://www.iath.virginia.edu/time/project/index.html About this Project])''
''(from [http://www.iath.virginia.edu/time/project/index.html About this Project])''

Current revision as of 15:47, 13 July 2007


The Temporal Modeling Project is a SpecLab-affiliated project at the University of Virginia.

"The practical goal of this project is to create a visual scheme and interactive tool set for the representation of temporal relations in humanities-based or qualitative research, with particular emphasis on the subjective experience of temporality. Its rhetorical goal is to bring visualization and interface design into the early content modeling phase of humanities computing projects, with an eye toward both enriching the design aspects of established scholarly endeavors and making humanities computing attractive and comprehensible to students and faculty without specialized technical skills. This group, guided by Johanna Drucker and Bethany Nowviskie, has been in existence since January 2001..."

(from About this Project)