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  • E-mail countersigned forms as attachments to the performers (a few of the forms will need to be mailed instead if we do not have e-mail addresses). 
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  • will work on the search function and interface
Anna K
  • add text and music hands data into JSON file (at later time maybe)
  • keywords will go into metadata
  • add GA
  • add performances (video), may also add into commentary where relevant after MN reviews
  • finalize URL name 
  • web design and usability review
  • Find out if we can get an ipad or touchscreen for the digital antiphoner at the museum?
  • Nov. 2015 Wireframes (Ben F.)
  • Nov., 2015 Priority List - functionality that can be implemented (Ben F.)
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Session Notes from DH2016
  • July 13, 2016
Early English Books in Context: Towards a History of the Technological Humanities 
(Daniel Powell @djp2025)
Digicraft and 'Systemic' Thinking in Digital Humanities 
(Enrica Salvatori)
Developing Competencies in Digital Scholarship Among Humanities Scholars 
(Smiljana Antonijević)
Quality Matters: Diversity and the Digital Humanities in 2016
Melissa Terras
  • issues of diversity exist within ADHO/DH 
 Lorna Hughes (University of Glasgow) 
  • being interested is not enough
Introducing histoGraph 2: Exploration of cultural heritage documents based on co-occurrence graphs 
  • multimedia archive, graph-based exploration and crowdsourced annotation 
  • automatic entity extraction
  • pull from DBpedia and use VIAF Ids
  • view co-occurrences among people within histograph
Dramatic Networks and Kinship Structure in African American Plays 
Theatre Plays as 'Small Worlds'? Network Data on the History and Typology of German Drama, 1730-1930 
Khepri: a Modular View-Based Tool for Exploring Sociolinguistic Data 
Feminist Infrastructure
Susan Brown Tanya Clement Laura Mandell Deb Verhoeven Jacque Wernimont
  • should be selective with our generosity
  • allow others to investigate how it works, transparency is key to feminist infrastructure
  • prototyping and modeling are important spaces
Access, Ownership, Protection: The Ethics of Digital Scholarship
Katherine Mary Faull, Diane Katherine Jakacki, Amy Earhart, 
[virtual: Micki Kaufman, not present: James O'Sullivan]
Katherine Faull (Bucknell U)
  • working on Susquehanna River heritage preservation 
  • called the non-navigable river (but by whom - Europeans; Native Americans can navigate)
  • Captain John Smith Chesapeake digital project 
  • Who should have access to this GIS database? 
  • Re-indigenization of landscape (Hickory Edwards) 
Amy Earhart (Texas A&M)
  • in 1868 town of Millican had a riot/massacre (numbers not clear, but between 5 – 100) African-Americans murdered
  • classroom project (undergraduates) collecting oral histories, family histories, curate metadata in Omeka
  • next stage is to try to document a mass grave that no one has yet identified 
  • understand relationship between our localized environment and the community with which we would like to partner 
  • ownership and control issues
  • articulate best practices that account for such issues, including development of safeguards for communities 
  • exploitation of data [how is this related to historical exploitation of people]
  • ownership and control: 
  • contract or document of understanding
  • digital platform/server considerations
  • copyright
  • Traditional Knowledge (TK) label used with indigenous groups, but working to extend to marginalized groups
Diane Jakacki (Bucknell U)
  • intellectual property in terms of ethics
  • collaboration, labor, and publication
  • what does collaboration constitute? 
  • Funding applications have a PI (owner of research data set/project) recognized as the PIs intellectual property
  • Many people have the right to claim intellectual property in a digital project
  • Project managers contribute intellectual property, skills, backgrounds to projects
  • How are different forms of collaboration recognized? 
  • How do we identify collaborators and when?
  • July 15, 2016 
Git-Lit: an Application of Distributed Version Control Technology toward the Creation of 50,000 Digital Scholarly Editions 
(Jonathan Reeve, Columbia U)
  • Project Gutenberg and other electronic texts have OCR errors, difficult to make changes/corrections, takes long time
  • Difficult to assemble into plain text corpora analysis
  • Parsing 50,000 texts
  • Python
  • Plain text editions for text mining
  • About 45,000 scanned works from the British Library in ALTO XML
  • About 1,000 works from UVA electronic text center in TEI XML
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Ongoing Notes: has more current information on progress and various steps
  • Finish and review all transcribed incipits and encoded MEI files
  • Upload into CANTUS database and/or Global Chant 
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Anna K Coffee & Code
  • February 16, 2016
Turn you data into interactive tables with tabletop.js (documents)
Presentation Slides
  • can a spreadsheet be your database? 
  • easy to update
  • quick to get up and running
  • data has to be public (no sensitive data) 
  • basic starting points: 
  • jquery
  • DataTables - jquery plugin for tables
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  • Investigated OpenLayersZoom for images, customize placement on page and remove borders [not going to implement at this time]

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