DH and its data issues get some space in my research-data management continuing-education course; up to you whether that’s enough to count. I’m not at all averse to doing DH-for-librarians as continuing ed, but my sense is that more focused shorter-ter… [...]
We’ve been making some efforts in this direction at University of Alabama. I’d be happy to talk details and compare notes. [...]
Following last week’s call for archives to participate in Anvil Academic‘s Built Upon initiative, I’m now pleased to announce that we’ve released our call for authors to contribute to the series. If you are interested in producing a work of … Continue reading → [...]
At Columbia University we are embarking on a two year program to re-skill our librarians to be the consulting arm of our re-envisioned Digital Humanities Center. We are not finding much on our environmental scan other than @trevormuñoz’ DH Incubator, some of the work that @karikraus is doing, and the work at Indiana by Angela Courtney (@englishlitlib) and Harriett Green (@greenharr) at Illinois. Do you know more? Let’s get this band on the road.
The Ancient World Mapping Center is pleased to announce the rollout of a new application programming interface (API) that allows users to interact directly with the center’s database. The API can be found here and documentation related to the API can be found at the ‘API Documentation’ tab. The API allows the user access to all of the center’s [...] [...]