(SLIDE 1) First, I want to thank you all for an amazing two and a half weeks. The conversations we’ve had in this room and my discussions with many of you more one-on-one have been a tremendous help in honing my ideas and learning more about the overwhelming range of tools available to help me execute them. 4,079 more words
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Posner, M. (2013). No half measures: Overcoming common challenges to doing digital humanities in the library. Journal of Library Administration, 53(1), 43-52.
In Miriam Posner’s article, “No Half Measures: Overcoming Common Challenges to Doing Digital Humanities in the Library,” she focuses on the administrative and Institutional factors which help librarians and digital humanists to succeed both individually and collaboratively. 444 more words
I like YouTube. I like it more than television. Sometimes more than reading. It has plenty of strange alcoves and diverse pickings, from “weird YouTube” with its singing manikins and smashed together YouTube poop to the comedy skits of Mega64 and others. 740 more words
In mid-July I head back to Ghana to begin preliminary work on “Accra Mobile”. Accra Mobile is a digital humanities project, which aims to create an interactive map of the trotro system in Accra, Ghana. 4,216 more words
Since the launch of the DPLA in April 2013, the staff under the direction of its director, Dan Cohen, have been pursuing various projects to determine best ways to develop this resource/tool further and broaden its serviceability. 408 more words