Category Archives: Collaboration

Posts about copyright and intellectual property (though not patents).

Making Difficult Transitions

This session looks at how we make transitions work for us rather than becoming moments of failure in archival and digital history work. Donors and communities rarely share the same expectations of a relationship with an institutional partner as an archivist, … Continue reading

Categories: Archives, Collaboration, Diversity, Libraries, Project Management, Session Proposals, Session: Talk | 1 Comment

Timeline Apps for Online Exhibits

Every time I work on an online exhibit, it seems that a timeline would enhance the content and sometimes could even cover the entire exhibit.  An interactive timeline would be even better.  In this session, we look at a variety of … Continue reading

Categories: Archives, Collaboration, Libraries, Mapping, Open Access, Teaching, Visualizations | 2 Comments

TEI, Poetic Analysis, and Interchange

Using my recently completed dissertation as a starting point, I’d like to explore how the approach I’ve adopted might be improved upon, extended, or simply serve as a discussion point for other projects. For my dissertation, I digitized and marked … Continue reading

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Stories of Grant-seeking Adventures in the DH

Have you wondered about how successful DH grant-seeking is achieved? It begins with conversations about what we have in terms of resources, what we have done in the past, and what we want to do in the future. “Sharing experiences … Continue reading

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Innovation and Bureaucracy

Digital humanities needs space to experiment and explore, but as David Graeber’s recent study reminds us university bureaucracies often make it hard to create or maintain that sort of sustained creative space (Graeber, The Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidity, … Continue reading

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