September 6, 2018 // Day 1
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Wikipedia: "Data is measured, collected and reported, and analyzed, whereupon it can be visualized using graphs, images or other analysis tools. Data as a general concept refers to the fact that some existing information or knowledge is represented or coded in some form suitable for better usage or processing."
School of Data: "Data is a value assigned to a thing."
Joanna Drucker: "...phenomena are observer-independent and can be characterized as data. Data pass themselves off as mere descriptions of a priori conditions."
Wikipedia: "Humanities are academic disciplines that study human culture."
WLU Registrar: "Courses in a variety of disciplines focus on aspects of human experience and on methods of addressing the basic questions of meaning in humanistic study. Courses in history, philosophy, religion, or other departments or interdepartmental programs may fulfill this requirement."
Joanna Drucker: "Humanistic inquiry acknowledges the situated, partial, and constitutive character of knowledge production, the recognition that knowledge is constructed, taken, not simply given as a natural representation of pre-existing fact."
See Unit 0 / Environment
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Unit 0 / Reclaim Hosting
Unit 0 / Activities / Activity 2