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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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The Writing Studies Tree

Posted by Amanda Licastro on January 30, 2013

The Writing Studies Tree (writingstudiestree.org) – an online, open-access, interactive database of individual scholars, educational institutions, and the disciplinary movements that connect them – offers an “academic genealogy” for the field of writing studies that serves as a model for visualizing the social history of humanities disciplines. Through a fixed data structure that gives open editing privileges to thousands of members, the site aggregates collective visualizations of the field, presenting its history anew and enabling scholars to identify patterns and movements in new ways.

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Adapting Modernism (tentative)

Posted by Joseph Fruscione on January 7, 2013

I'd like to start a digital project--part collaborative forum, part archive, part teaching tool--regarding adaptations and remediations of literary works. I'm not seeing this as a blog or compendium per se, but more as a diverse, interactive resource for teachers and students involved in courses featuring literary texts and adaptations of them (e.g, film, graphic novel, mashup, visual, etc.). Ideally, such a DH resource would aid us as scholars and as teachers, as well as aiding students in different kinds of courses.

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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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Collaborative classroom theme sighting tool, to be named

Posted by Tonya Howe on November 5, 2012

I am interested in collaborators to help brainstorm and draft a grant proposal for project funding--or, just for building! My basic idea is as follows: a mobile reading application that will allow users to note the appearance of selected textual patterns. I am not thinking of a robust annotation tool, as there are projects devoted to just that.

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