Digitally mapping literary spaces with Google My Maps, StoryMapJS, and Palladio (1/2) – Hands-on training
This is the first of a two-part workshop series on digitally mapping literary spaces led by Najla Jarkas, AMICAL’s Digital Liberal Arts Mellon Fellow. You may attend both or just one of the workshops.
This session offers hands-on training on digitally mapping literary spaces with Google My Maps, StoryMapJS, and Palladio. We will start with a theoretical introduction to How? Why? & What do we digitally map in literary texts? and then move to some considerations we need to keep in mind when annotating digital maps of literary texts before we engage in hands-on training with the three tools.
Who should attend?
The training for this session is suitable for beginners with no previous experience with digital mapping.
This workshop will not be recorded. If you are interested but not able to attend, you can request personalized training from the Mellon Fellow.