The Center for History and New Media (CHNM) at George Mason University organized One Week, One Tool. A Digital Humanities Barn Raising during the last week of July. … a unique summer institute, one that aims to teach participants how to build an open source digital tool for humanities scholarship by actually building a tool, […]
Via Chuck Jones, I learned that the Parthia website has an interesting feature: a “Translations of Numismatic Terms” page. It has a complex search feature with results downloadable in Excel, Word, or PDF formats. This is a nice interactive web tool. Check it out, even if you’re not into Parthian coins.
In March, the Information Services and Technology group at the University of California, Berkeley produced a report, “UC Berkeley Collaborative Tools Strategy.” It is available online together with many supporting materials. Or you can get everything all at once in pdf format. Worth a look!
We’re conducting a short survey about what types of web tools archaeologists currently use in their work (as well as tools they wish they could use!). If you have a spare 10 minutes or so, we would very much value your feedback about how you use web technologies in your work. The qualitative responses are […]