- — Eric Nolan Gonzaba (@EGonzaba)Mon, Jul 11 2016 13:26:17
- — Jessica Parr (@ProvAtlantic)Mon, Jul 11 2016 14:44:09O'Toole's essay on uniqueness fits here: http://americanarchivist.org/doi/abs/10.17723/aarc.57.4.6l8x444kn3966v00 … #doingdh2016
- — Spencer W. Roberts (@robertssw87)Mon, Jul 11 2016 15:13:22#doingdh16 Born-digital: the device made/makes the object. Digitized: the device captures an existing object.
- — Jonathan Den Hartog (@JDenHartog1776)Mon, Jul 11 2016 22:22:01
- — Larry Cebula (@larrycebula)Tue, Jul 12 2016 13:52:43Archival research workflow: Photograph each box label, then folder label, then the document(s). Makes it easy to footnote later. #doingdh16
- — Sarah Silkey (@slsilkey)Tue, Jul 12 2016 14:00:17Love hearing historians debating relative merits of structured data organization vs. marinating in our primary sources. #doingdh16
- — Larry Cebula (@larrycebula)Tue, Jul 12 2016 14:07:24How do you explore all these historical databases? Have your students do it: https://earlyamericanists.com/2016/04/25/teaching-with-databases-an-early-american-atlanticists-conundrum/ … #doingdh16
- — Alvis Dunn (@Alvis12Dunn)Tue, Jul 12 2016 14:38:58
- — Spencer W. Roberts (@robertssw87)Tue, Jul 12 2016 19:18:10#doingdh16 There is only one way to block Hypothes.is annotations on your content: display HTML content within an iFrame.
- — Sheila Brennan (@sherah1918)Tue, Jul 12 2016 19:27:59Here is a stamp I've annotated in Thing Link. https://www.thinglink.com/scene/786988314296057857 … #doingdh16 Roll over the image for the annotations to appear.
Doing DH 2016 Summer Institute
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