Category Archives: Project Management

Posts about beginning, managing, and maintaining digital projects and the people who work on them.

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

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Digital engagement outside the classroom

I propose a session to share ideas about engaging students in course themes through digital means (hey, that rhymes!). Currently I teach a course on analytical thinking and writing that explores the child as Other. Through the Challenge Project, a … Continue reading

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Expanding access to historical content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

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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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