Category: Digital Humanities

Omeka Plugins: Solr, BagIt, FedoraCommons

Omeka keeps becoming better and better. The Scholars’ Lab at the University of Virginia Libraries has released two three new plugins for Omeka, which is a project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University. Thanks

Best Practices for TEI in Libraries (v3)

The TEI Special Interest Group on Libraries has released version three of the Best Practices for TEI in Libraries: A Guide for Mass Digitization, Automated Workflows, and Promotion of Interoperability with XML Using the TEI. The introduction specifies five levels

Digital Humanities Text Analysis Tools

Lisa Spiro has a great post on her blog, showcasing various Digital Humanities resources and tools. One of the resources I hadn’t been aware of is the Text Analysis Developer’s Alliance, or TADA, and TaPoR (Text Analysis Portal for Research).

Digital Humanities

For the next semester, I’m going to be sitting in on a class in the School of Information at UT Austin. The class is called “Digital Humanities” and is taught by a new faculty member, Tanya Clement. Most assignments will