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The following is a guest post by Andrea Fox, Web Archiving Intern at the Library of Congress. Andrea [...]

By Jason Rhody Several projects funded by NEH’s Office of Digital Humanities have been featured in t [...]

LoCloud is a Best Practice Network of 32 partners, co-funded under the CIP ICT-PSP Programme of the [...]

Maurizio CATTANI1 / Glauco MANTEGARI2 / Alessandro MOSCA2 / Matteo PALMONARI2 (1University of Bologn [...]

Irmela HERZOG (Bonn, Germany) The Harris diagram is a well-known means to reconstruct the chronologi [...]

Geoff CARVER Archaeology adopted a static model of stratigraphy from geology. This was done partly f [...]

Undine LIEBERWIRTH (Berlin, Germany) How accurate must a model be? Counter-question: For what use is [...]

David BIBBY (Uni Konstanz, Germany) Most sites are made of any number of partially independent strat [...]

Paul MITCHELL / Oliver RACHBAUER (Vienna, Austria) This talk reports about the use of the Harris Mat [...]

We are pleased to announce we are partnering with the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) to sponso [...]

Chairs: David BIBBY / Irmela HERZOG / Michael DONEUS, Germany Stratigraphy has a long tradition in a [...]

Ulrich HIMMELMANN1 / Matthias WILBERTZ2 (1Speyer, Germany / 2Germany) Als Praxistest für das Funktio [...]

Ulrich HIMMELMANN (Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe Rheinland-Pfalz, Mainz, Deutschland) In dieser [...]

Mathias WILBERTZ (Niedersächsisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, Hannover, Deutschland) Die Präsenta [...]

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Digital Humanities – the MIT Press

Digital Humanities by Peter Lunenfeld, Anne Burdick, Johanna Drucker, Todd Presner and Jeffrey Schnapp Digital_Humanities is a compact, game-changing report on the state of contemporary knowledge production. Answering the question, “What is digital humanities?,” it provides an in-depth examination of an emerging field. This collaboratively authored and visually compelling volume explores methodologies and techniques unfamiliar to traditional modes of humanistic inquiry – including [...] [...]

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Perseus – Suggestions for new Greek, Latin texts? English translations?

By Gregory R. Crane (Perseus Digital Library): We are preparing for a new set of texts to be entered by the data entry firm with which we work (http://www.digitaldividedata.org/). The next order will be sent in mid December but a more substantial order will be placed early in 2013. What would you like to see [...] [...]

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Digital Humanities – the MIT Press

Digital Humanities by Peter Lunenfeld, Anne Burdick, Johanna Drucker, Todd Presner and Jeffrey Schnapp Digital_Humanities is a compact, game-changing report on the state of contemporary knowledge production. Answering the question, “What is digital humanities?,” it provides an in-depth examination of an emerging field. This collaboratively authored and visually compelling volume explores methodologies and techniques unfamiliar to traditional modes of humanistic inquiry – […] [...]

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Museum Accessibility Resources

CMME is collecting existing resources on museum accessibility, as well as researching new tools and approaches. Here are some of our favorites: Cultural Access New England (CANE) was founded to advance access to cultural facilities in New England for people … Continue reading [...]

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January Exhibition: Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae

In an earlier post I mentioned I’d be giving a talk and exhibiting the Skara Brae film and stills at the Archaeology Department at Glasgow Uni in December. Well as people seem to be dwindling in numbers in the run up to Christmas we decided it might work better if we have the exhibition in [...]

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Amherst College Establishes Open Access Press

Amherst College has established an open access press, the Amherst College Press. Here’s an excerpt from the press release: Conceived by Amherst College Librarian Bryn Geffert, Amherst College Press will be housed in the college’s Frost Library and will solicit manuscripts from scholars who may be especially receptive to new publishing paradigms at a time […] [...]

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The OA Interviews: Harvard’s Stuart Shieber

Billet posté le 3 décembre 2012 sur le blog Open and shut ? de Steven Harnard : http://poynder.blogspot.fr/2012/12/the-oa-interviews-harvards-stuart.html.

When in 1989 Stuart Shieber became a Harvard faculty member he was, for reasons he never fully understood, appointed to a series of library committees. Whatever the reason for his appointment, it was to prove [...]

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The Balanced Value Impact Model

Billet posté le 23 octobre 2012 sur le blog When the Data hits the fan! The blog of Simon Tanner : http://simon-tanner.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/the-balanced-value-impact-model.html

The Balanced Value Impact Model (BVI Model) draws evidence from a wide range of sources to provide a compelling account of the means of measuring the impact of digital resources and using evidence to [...]

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