- Heather Martin: Notes from the combined sessions “Build It and Will They Come?” and “Building Local Collaborations”...
- Heather Martin: Notes from the combined sessions “Build It and Will They Come?” and “Building Local...
- Holland Hopson: Check out this article on key qualities for a school makerspace.
- Tatum Preston: This class offered by LYRASIS might be a good resource for people interested in this topic: Personal...
- Becky McDaniel: thanks
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Category Archives: Workshops
This quick Storify captures many of the tweets from our THATCamp. If you created an archive of the event- an Evernote notebook, Instagram images, bookmarks, a Google doc, etc.- that you’d like to share, please share it here (as a … Continue reading
Project management is one of the most central skills to have on any digital project team yet the role of project manager is one for which many of us receive little or no training. Many projects get derailed because they … Continue reading
Omeka.net is a web-publishing platform that allows anyone with an account to create or collaborate on a website to display collections and build digital exhibitions (“About,” Omeka.net). In this workshop for THATCampers with no previous experience with Omeka, we will: … Continue reading
This workshop examines the basic contours of copyright law as it applies in scholarly communication. What is intellectual property, what is the public domain, and how does fair use apply? What should be in a request when permission is needed, … Continue reading
This workshop will discuss digital presentation tools, such as Prezi, Empressr, and Slideshare, as dynamic and engaging alternatives to PowerPoint. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop and an idea for a presentation.
This workshop will explore some of the major questions and methodologies of digital humanities (DH). We will briefly highlight some of the major research areas of DH, including mapping and textual analysis. After taking a look at a few DH … Continue reading
When people talk about digital storytelling, they usually mean the use of some form of media production to share a story. I want to propose a session in which we explore possibilities for designing assignments that ask students to present … Continue reading