Freedom Summer App

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The Freedom Summer App (FSApp) is a location-based tour that uses a mobile device and GPS technology to transport you to 1964 to train as a Freedom Summer volunteer … by understanding the struggles of the past, we can reflect on what is at stake in the future. The FSApp project is led by Dr. Ann… Read more »

HARAMBEE CITY Digital Archive

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This summer we launched the HARAMBEE CITY Digital Archive, this project is led by Dr. Nishani Frazier, Associate Professor of History and it runs on Omeka. It’s probably one of our best examples of how a project can start with a test instance, where we can test and try things out … and when we’re… Read more »

Companion websites for print publications!

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“As the preference for accessing research online eclipses the demand for print access, the electronic scholarly monograph, readable on an e-reader and/or searchable on a computer, is coming to play a much more significant role in research and scholarship.” Libraries, Scholars, and Publishers in Digital Journal and Monograph Publishing. While many will agree that monographs… Read more »

Quick Tour of Selected Digital Humanities Tools

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The number and variety of tools available to the Digital Humanities community has been growing exponentially in recent years. Many have been developed by DH scholars and are freely available to anyone with an internet connection. There are currently 700 entries in DiRT – a database of tools for the Digital Humanities community. If you… Read more »