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With Museums and Libraries rapidly digitizing their collections and making them available to the public, educational scaffolding and digital access programming have become critical to the understanding and approachability of archival contents. Learn to foster a deeper connection between the public and a digitized archive of a cultural institution through thoughtfully constructed digital programs. Follow […]
After a show closes, how you handle and store materials can mean the difference between preserving theatre legacy and irreversible damage and loss. This workshop introduces artists to the process of archiving their work, with tips on selection, storage and preservation. The American Theatre Archive Project (ATAP) is a collaboration of archivists, dramaturgs, and academics […]
After a show closes, how you handle and store materials can mean the difference between preserving theatre legacy and irreversible damage and loss. This workshop introduces theater and other artists to the process of archiving their work, with tips on selection, storage, preservation and digital engagement. The American Theatre Archive Project (ATAP) is a collaboration [...]
Do you want to connect the public with digital archives? In this talk, public historian and digital humanist Mary Rizzo will use her work on community-driven digital archives and exhibits to help you make those connections. Through case studies of exhibits on police reform and LGBTQ history, she will discuss how to work with communities […]
This workshop looks at Tome as a tool for publishing media rich, accessible, peer reviewed and preservable publications. Tome is now being developed for use in the classroom as a collaborative, academic writing tool and media archive for faculty and students. Equipment Requirements: Laptop with Wifi capabilities
The composition of corpus, analysis and preservation of Web archive is crucial for Social Sciences and Humanities. Conifer (ex Webrecorder) developed by Rizhome offers a wide range of possibility to start the simple and fast constitution of standardized research corpus. After a quick introduction to the problematic and landscape of Web Archiving, this Workshop aim […]
The Digital Documentation Process allows scholars to catalog and produce a reliable archive of their digital projects, so that fellow scholars can access, cite, and reuse in their own work. This workshop will outline the components of the DDP and teach participants how to catalogue their own projects. https://digitalhumanitiesddp.com/ Participants should have a project they […]
It is possible in a short space of time, and spending no money, to transform a dormant collection of photographs into a meaningful archive and a dramatic presentation using the platforms Omeka and StoryMaps. The process will be presented, as well as the products.
This discussion focuses on the use of underrepresented archives to reconfigure how we understand the past in the aftermath of pivotal change and imagine a more inclusive future. The US Latino Digital Humanities program (USLDH) at the University of Houston draws from the rich archival collections at Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage (Recovery) in […]