Like Omeka1? You might love Neatline. Neatline, a creation of the Scholars’s Lab, is a geo-temporal exhibit builder that uses archives and artifacts from an Omeka collection to create interactive timelines and maps. Neatline imports collections created in Omeka and … Continue reading
February 21, 2012: Technology Spotlight – Ben Johnston on Digital Humanities In this session on the digital humanities, Ben goes over the definition, examples, and best practices in digital humanities, or the digital study of the human condition. Highlights include … Continue reading
If you are wondering what all this Digital Humanities stuff is all about, you might want to check out this list by the CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative of digital humanities related course syllabi.
Google Lab’s new tool, the Books Ngram Viewer allows you to search the corpus of Google Books for up to 5 keywords over a certain period of time. The Ngram Viewer displays a graph chart to show you how often … Continue reading
Digital Humanities Now is a website that collects tweets and post them that are from people in the Digital Humanities discipline. It is completely crowd sourced and is passively edited by 274 Digital Humanities scholars. This is a great resource … Continue reading