Potential Project Shares Sept 2014-May 2015

Potential Project Shares Sept 2014-May 2015

Please provide a link to the project if avaiable, contact information for project developers, and your information if are willing to help with outreach. 

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KORA | a content management and publishing system from MATRIX at MSU

Ask Ethan Waltrall or Dean Rehberger

http://kora.matrix.msu.edu/

noted by Jason Jackson October 4, 2014.

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Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) | a framework for encoding text documents for research and other purposes 

ask John Walsh at IU ( http://www.ils.indiana.edu/people/profile.html?profile_id=34 )

http://www.tei-c.org/index.xml

noted by Jason Jackson October 4, 2014.

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Inuvialuit Living History Project, The Critical Ethnography and Digital Heritage Initiative (CEDHI), and other projects from Kate Hennessey and the Making Culture Lab
 
ask Kate Hennessey
 
 
notes by Jason Jackson October 5, 2014
 
Inuvialuit Living History Project, The Critical Ethnography and Digital Heritage Initiative (CEDHI), and other projects from Kate Hennessey and the Making Culture Lab
 
ask Kate Hennessey
 
 
notes by Jason Jackson October 5, 2014
 
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Traditional Knowledge Licenses and Labels (Local Contexts Project)

ask Jane Anderson or Kim Christen Withey or Michael Ashley

www.localcontexts.org/

notes by Jason Jackson October 5, 2014

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Mukurtu | “The free, mobile and open source platform built with indigenous communities to manage and share digital cultural heritage.”

ask Kim Christen Withey ( http://www.kimchristen.com/ )
 
http://www.mukurtu.org/

notes by Jason Jackson October 5, 2014

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AFS Ethnographic Thesaurus |  “…a searchable online vocabulary that can be used to improve access to information about folklore, ethnomusicology, ethnology, and related fields.”

ask Nicole Saylor or Catherine Hiebert Kerst  http://www.loc.gov/folklife/directory.html )

http://openfolklore.org/et/
See: Kerst Paper here-  http://indianfolklore.org/journals/index.php/IFL/issue/view/106/showToc
http://www.afsnet.org/?AFSETHistory

notes by Jason Jackson October 5, 2014

 
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Scalar // The Alliance for Networking Visual Culture // "Born-digital, open source, media-rich scholarly publishing that's as easy as blogging."
 
Brandon Costelloe-Kuehn worked with Nick Shapiro to produce a Scalar project back in 2011 during a NEH-sponsored fellowship in digital humanities at USC.
 
Recent update, with an interview, on "Scalar in the Classroom" on 9/14/14. Another on Duke's Network Ecologies Project (9/6/14).
 
Scalar could help us think through, among other things, our annotation affordances. Also see the related blog for Vectors
 
Ask Craig Dietrich, Erik Loyer (developers)
 
noted by Brandon Costelloe-Kuehn October 15, 2014

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"The Academic Commons of The City University of New York is designed to support faculty initiatives and build community through the use(s) of technology in teaching and learning. The free exchange of knowledge among colleagues across the university is central to better educating the student body and expanding professional development opportunities for faculty research and teaching. Creating networks and support systems that are enabled by easy access to quality digital resources will nurture faculty development through sharing replicable materials and best practices. The Academic Commons is expected to grow in a flexible manner, taking into account the changing dynamics of political, social, cultural, and technological environments affecting the university. This evolving community will help prepare The City University of New York for the current and future educational challenges it faces."
 
There at 600 groups under the Commons umbrella. The Commons also hosts a number of academic journals (including the Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy). 
 
Quinn Dombrowski mentioned Commons in a Box as a digital humanities project aimed at facilitating research process, not just presenting a final product. 
 
noted by Brandon Costelloe-Kuehn October 15, 2014
 
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To be noted later:  Reciprocal Research Network, Oral History in the Digital Age, Quilt Index, Ethan Watrall's own projects (JJ)