Category Archives: Open Access

Posts about free open access to scholarly publications and data.

DIY Workshop: 3D Scanning and 3D Printing

Do you want to create a digital collection of 3D objects? Statues, vases, coins, inscriptions, or anything else you may want to study professionally? This workshop will demonstrate live 3D scanning using 5 of the state-of-the-art 3D scanners (by Artec3D, … Continue reading

Categories: Libraries, Open Access, Session Proposals, Session: Play, Visualizations | 1 Comment

Expanding access to historical content

In August of 2013, the UF George A Smathers Libraries received a $325,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to digitize 100,000 pages of historic newspapers. The UF libraries are working in conjunction with the library system … Continue reading

Categories: Archives, Libraries, Open Access, Project Management | 2 Comments

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

Hacking TEI Boilerplate

A number of textually-oriented DH projects are using TEI (the Text Encoding Initiative) as a data format, and so far the easiest way to get TEI out to the reader is via TEI Boilerplate.  Boilerplate was designed with customization in mind, … Continue reading

Categories: Coding, Open Access, Scholarly Editions | Tags: , , , , | 1 Comment