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Documenting Culture

Posted by Emily Zeamer on April 26, 2013

This course was taught in 2012-13 in collaboration with the Fowler Museum of Cultural History and the Department of World Arts and Cultures at UCLA.

The first half of the 2-quarter course involved UCLA students in field research with LA-based artists and creative communities, to create digital documentary works using Vimeo, Zeega, and other tools, for public exhibition via the website www.documentingculture.com. In the second quarter, students continued fieldwork, creating a short documentary film based on their subject

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OpenDAHT

Posted by James O'SUllivan on March 25, 2013

OpenDAHT is an initiative aimed at the development, maintenance and provision of digital tools and resources for use within various fields of arts and humanities scholarship. All software supported by OpenDAHT is released as freeware, and in some cases, under open source licensing.

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Martha Berry Digital Archive and Crowd-Ed

Posted by Martha Berry Di... on January 28, 2013

The Martha Berry Digital Archive (MBDA) project is publishing the writings of early 20th-century educator and philanthropist Martha Berry. To achieve project goals, MBDA has developed and is currently testing a participatory metadata editing tool which enables Dublin Core metadata editing in the Omeka platform.

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HuNI: Humanities Networked Infrastructure

Posted by Toby Burrows on December 11, 2012

The HuNI Project is integrating 28 of Australia’s most important cultural datasets into a ‘virtual laboratory’. These datasets comprise more than 2 million authoritative records relating to the people, objects and events that make up the country’s rich heritage.

The HuNI Virtual Laboratory will facilitate specialist research and help to break down barriers between disciplines and uncover new insights into Australia’s cultural landscape.

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Free Press Bible

Posted by David Janca on November 30, 2012

Free Press Bible is a tool that promotes deep ideological self examination and refinement through a process called self canonization and targeted discussion based on user chosen articles. More can be learned by visiting the website or communicating with me directly.

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Thomas Gray Archive

Posted by Alexander Huber on November 13, 2012

The Thomas Gray Archive is a fully browseable, searchable and annotated digital archive of the life and works of Thomas Gray (1716-1771), one of the most versatile 18th-century poets. The Archive aims to make Gray's work accessible to scholars, teachers, students, and the general reader. It provides access to high quality primary sources and secondary materials and constitutes a networked effort of institutions and individuals engaged in making Gray's works available digitally, thus partaking in and benefiting from collaborative scholarship online.

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Writing of Indigenous New England

Posted by Siobhan Senier on September 23, 2012

Online anthology covering writing by indigenous people from New England, all periods. Available to potential collaborators including tribal historians and authors, local historical societies, libraries, and college instructors/students who a) have access to indigenous writing; and b) wish to upload and curate that material in a regionally-based site.

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Modernist Versions Project

Posted by Modernist Versi... on June 21, 2012

The Modernist Versions Project (MVP) aims to advance the potential for comparative interpretations of modernist texts that exist in multiple forms by digitizing, collating, versioning, and visualizing them individually and in combination. Its primary mission is to enable new critical insights that are difficult without digital or computational approaches.

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