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Kelly O'Neill

geography@harvard - 0 views

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    geography@Harvard is a support service of the Center for Geographic Analysis
Kelly O'Neill

Building Inspector by NYPL Labs - 0 views

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    "The New York Public Library is training computers how to recognize building shapes and other information from old city maps. Help us clean up the data so that it can be used in research, teaching and civic hacking."
Vincent Brown

Slave Revolt in Jamaica, 1760-1761: A Cartographic Narrative - 0 views

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    This project maps the largest slave insurrection in the eighteenth-century British Empire, commonly called "Tacky's Revolt." It was developed in collaboration with Axis Maps, leading producers of animated cartography for the web.
Kelly O'Neill

Race and technology | Exploring race and community in the digital world. - 0 views

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    African and African American Studies 108x, Harvard, Fall 2013
Kelly O'Neill

Bamboo DiRT (Digital Research Tools) - 1 views

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    "Bamboo DiRT is a registry of digital research tools for scholarly use. Developed by Project Bamboo, Bamboo DiRT makes it easy for digital humanists and others conducting digital research to find and compare resources ranging from content management systems to music OCR, statistical analysis packages to mindmapping software."

    Highly recommended. In many ways, this site does much of the work we were planning to shoulder last spring.
Kelly O'Neill

Digital Futures ← consortium at Harvard University - 0 views

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    Another node in Harvard's digital scholarship network
Kelly O'Neill

speakingimage - 0 views

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    Collaborative annotation of images
Kelly O'Neill

The History Carnival - 0 views

shared by Kelly O'Neill on 04 Apr 13 - Cached
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    "A monthly showcase of blog writing about history, usually held on the 1st day of the month. It's hosted at a different blog each month to provide a variety of approaches and perspectives."
Kelly O'Neill

Hypercities - 0 views

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    Built on the idea that every past is a place, HyperCities is a digital research and educational platform for exploring, learning about, and interacting with the layered histories of city and global spaces. Developed though collaboration between UCLA and USC, the fundamental idea behind HyperCities is that all stories take place somewhere and sometime; they become meaningful when they interact and intersect with other stories. Using Google Maps and Google Earth, HyperCities essentially allows users to go back in time to create and explore the historical layers of city spaces in an interactive, hypermedia environment.
Kelly O'Neill

Using Diigo for Collaborative Curation - 0 views

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    Excellent usage guide, with visuals
    Source: Digitally Enhanced
Greg Afinogenov

Prochronisms - 1 views

shared by Greg Afinogenov on 07 Dec 12 - No Cached
David Armitage

Digital_Humanities - 0 views

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    Open-access e-book primer on the Digital Humanities by Anne Burdick, Johanna Drucker, Peter Lunenfeld, Todd Presner and Jeffrey Schnapp (MIT Press, 2012): the best introduction to the field now available, with practical appendices on evaluating digital scholarship, core competencies, learning outcomes, etc.
Kelly O'Neill

Tempora Mutantur: Between Experimental and Narrative History - 1 views

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    From The Appendix: A new journal of narrative & experimental history
Kelly O'Neill

Writing History in the Digital Age - 1 views

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    a born-digital, open-review volume edited by Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzk
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