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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 
(Stanford)
 
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
 
Q/A:
  • 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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