One Week, One Tool

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, […]

Translations of Numismatic Terms

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.

UC Berkeley Collaborative Tools Strategy

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!

Short survey on Web tools

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 […]