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Deadline for the Digital Humanities Awards is approaching!

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Byron Company, Sports, Field Sports, Manhattan Field, 1896. Museum of the City of New York. Reminder: The deadline for Artstor’s Digital Humanities Awards is October 15, 2014. The award aims to facilitate the most innovative and intellectually stimulating projects in the field. Winners will receive five years’ free access to Shared Shelf, Artstor’s digital media management software, to upload, catalog, manage, store, and share their project. To enter, simply describe your Digital Humanities project in 1,000 words or […]

The success of Hispana

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On the Europeana Pro blog, we want to highlight the good work being done by the Europeana Network. This time, María Luisa Martínez-Conde (Project manager at the Spanish Ministry) from the Hispana project tells us more about the history of the project, what they do and their plans for the future. Image: Vinos y Finos : Sanlucar de Barrameda, [1920-1925] Biblioteca Valenciana Digital (Public domain) Hispana is the common access point to Spanish cultural and scientific […]

CALL FOR AUTHORS: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Advertising & Society

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Greetings, Golson Media is producing The SAGE Encyclopedia of Advertising & Society. We are reaching out to members of the history community to join this exciting project.

Eagle 2014 conference in Paris: the Poster

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Here’s our amazing poster for the Eagle 2014 conference in Paris! Heartfelt thanks to École Normale Supérieure and Collège de France Chaire Religion, institutions et société de la Rome antique who hosted this most high-profile event!  

Wordless Wednesday: Say "Cheeeese"

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#TwistedPreservation #MuseumAnarchist Follow the link in the photo caption to find out more. You can find more glimpses of the future (and links to associated articles) on CFM’s Pinterest Boards. 

Roman Inscriptions of Britain

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Roman Inscriptions of Britain Welcome to the home of RIB online This website hosts Volume One of The Roman Inscriptions of Britain, R.G. Collingwood’s and R.P. Wright’s magisterial edition of 2,401 monumental inscriptions from Britain found prior to 1955. It also incorporates all Addenda and Corrigenda published in the 1995 reprint of RIB (edited by R.S.O. Tomlin) and the annual survey of inscriptions published in Britannia since. Preface (2014) Editorial Policy This online edition of […]

Keeping our Data Consistent

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The consistency and integrity of data is essential for any digital archive. Therefore, for the past few months we have been running a series of programs to test the consistency of our file system and database and try to identify … Continue reading →

Digitisation & Digital Preservation

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The European Commission promotes the debate and monitors the implementation of the Recommendation on the Digitalisation and Digital Preservation. The 2013 reports by country are available for consulta The eCultObservatory’s insight: Have a look at digitization strategies across Europe – it gives an interesting insight in what is happening (and what is not). See it on Scoop.it, via eMuseums Eye

Museum 2.0 Rerun: Inside the Design of an Amazing Museum Project to Capture People's Stories

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Recently, we’ve been talking at our museum about techniques for capturing compelling audio/video content with visitors. It made me dig up this 2011 interview with Tina Olsen (then at the Portland Art Museum) about their extraordinary Object Stories project. They designed a participatory project that delivers a compelling end product for onsite and online visitors… and they learned some unexpected lessons along the way. Lots of inspiring and practical tips below – enjoy! How and why did […]

Open Access Archaeology Digest #557

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Your Open Access (free to read) Archaeology daily: Camulodunumhttp://bit.ly/13uGa1a Cemetery, Dunbar, East Lothianhttp://bit.ly/18ghe3a Dispersed settlements in medieval England. A case study of Pendock, Worcestershirehttp://bit.ly/12JViFC Results of Excavations at the Veliko polje Cemetery in Zvonimirovo in 2005 http://bit.ly/1CEXfXd Computing the DUA potteryhttp://bit.ly/17VmR6u Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK

Free Artstor and Shared Shelf webinars

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Artstor’s informative webinars are available for everyone, from those considering a subscription to experienced users. The schedule below is separated into two sections: It begins with the Artstor Digital Library and is followed by Shared Shelf. ARTSTOR DIGITAL LIBRARY Intro to the Artstor Digital Library Find, view, print, download, and organize images into groups, present images online or offline, share images and image groups, upload your personal collections, and more. October 2, 11:00 AM ET Register now Advanced […]

Top 100 Tools for 2014

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Not really sure how we’ve come up with the Top 100 Tools of 2014 when we’ve still got three months to go. Don’t these sorts of things usually come out in December? But I have to admit, the title did suck me in and it should you too. There’s some great stuff on the list. I learned about a few new tools such as Moolvy and Mahara. And was a bit surprised that certain tools are […]

Identify Imperial Portraits

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Identify Imperial Portraits Sebastian Heath, NYU/ISAWIntroduction Put simply, this page collects 3D models of Roman imperial figures so that students can gain skills in identifying them. It is part of a sequence and readers are encouraged to begin on the coin identification page. The portraits shown below come from the following institutions or collections: Capitoline Museum, Corinth Museum, Getty Villa, Metropolitan Museum of Art, an Art Institute of Chicago via Anonymous Loan from Private Collector, […]

Research outcomes of multi-author collaboration using open data

Q: What do you get when you mix a room full of zooarchaeologists with 200,000 records from seventeen archaeological sites? A. An exercise in herding cats B. A research paper in PLoS ONE C. Both of the above For better or for worse, the answer, in this case, is “C. Both of the above.” In 2012, with support from the Encyclopedia of Life and the National Endowment for the Humanities, we brought a group of […]

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