Monthly Archives: April 2014

Building Digital Exhibits in the Classroom with Omeka and Neatline

admin 28/04/2014

How can the digital humanities¬†facilitate more direct engagement between academic researchers, students, and public audiences? At Our Marathon: The Boston Bombing Digital Archive, where I am currently Co-Director, we decided very early on that active¬†public participation was integral to the success of the project. In addition to public engagement, we also wanted to create a digital archive that included robust metadata (or information about each of our objects) that would aid future researchers who wanted… Building Digital Exhibits in the Classroom with Omeka and Neatline

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