I’d love to learn about how people are customizing their Omeka sites with a session along the lines of this one (“Making Content Shine with Omeka”) led by Amanda French at THATCamp Philly 2011. On a broad level, I’d like to learn … Continue reading →
This may be something that can be discussed as part of the session proposed by Jean Bauer, especially if Omeka is one of the platforms that people are interested in using to visualize data. Or a stand-alone session for people … Continue reading →
What research services can the Digital Humanist expect from libraries, archives, and museums? Accessing existing scholarly content and making new digital forms available are well within the realm of expectations. But what do LAMS already do, and what services would … Continue reading →
THATCamp New England is an unconference that brings together scholars working in digital humanities. The 2012 meeting will be held at Brown University. The main unconference will be held on Saturday, October 20, 2012. Workshops will be held the Friday before, October 19.