Recent Activity: Digital Practices in History and Ethnography IG

12 Sep 2014

[rda-dphe-ig] Open Call-in next Tuesday, 1pm EST, September 16

Digital Practices in History and Ethnography IG members --
Next *Tuesday, September 16, 1pm EST*, we will have an open call-in to
discuss plans for our interest group for the coming year -- laying ground
for sessions at the upcoming RDA plenary in Amsterdam (September 22-24).
We'll share plans already made, and will welcome your suggestions. Please
join us.
We'll send a follow-up email with call-in details.
--
Kim Fortun, Professor
Department of Science and Technology Studies
School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Science

16 Jul 2014

Missed Project share today @ 1pm EDT

Hi
Now that it is nearly 1pm PST I realize I have made a silly mistake about time, so I have missed the meeting. I apologize! I did spend the PST morning re-reading all the relevant messages, accessing/reading the links, and learning from all of you.
Sincerely,
Sharon
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10 Jul 2014

Rescheduled Project Share: 7/16 1pm EDT DHCommons & Bamboo DiRT

Apologies to those that tuned in 7/2 and found there was no speaker due to a miscommunication error on my part. Quinn Dombrowski has rescheduled and the next project share for the Digital Practices in History and Ethnography Interest Group is now scheduled for Wednesday, July 16th at 1pm EDT.

03 Feb 2014

Next DPHE Project Share - February 13 @ 1pm EST

Hi all,
The next project share for the Digital Practices in History and
Ethnography Interest Group is scheduled for Thursday February 13th at
1pm EST.
Jason Jackson and Garett Montanez will present the Open Folkore project.
http://www.openfolklore.org/. Open Folklore is a portal and project
aimed at promoting and facilitating open access scholarly communication
in folklore studies and neighboring ethnographic disciplines.
GotoMeeting information is provided below.

09 Jan 2014

Next Project Share - Pleiades - Jan 23, 1pm EST

Hi all,
The next web conference for the RDA Digital Practices in History and
Ethnography will be on Thursday, January 23rd at 1pm EST.
Tom Elliott, from Institute for Study of the Ancient World at New York
University, will be presenting details of the Pleiades Project
http://pleiades.stoa.org/. Pleiades is a historical Gazetteer and more.
It gives scholars, students and enthusiasts worldwide the ability to
use, create, share, and map historical geographic information about the

25 Nov 2013

Ideas for Working Group Activity

 

  • Collaborative Tool Development Best Practies
    • could cover issues pertaining to integration, apis, standards, provenance tracking
    • possibilities for cross-IG participation: Data Publishing, Provenance, Federated Identity Management
    • working group could include an integration case-study from ig members

 

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19 Oct 2013

RDA HE-IG PROJECT REVIEW: OCT 24, 1-2PM est

Perseids is a collaborative online environment being developed by the Perseus Digital Library to enable scholars and students to edit, translate, annotate and create digital publications of and about ancient texts.  Perseids is an integration and extension of open source tools, services and data models developed by a number of other projects, including  Papyri.info's Son of SUDA Online (SoSOL) tool, the CITE architecture from the

19 Oct 2013

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

 

THE DATA LANDSCAPE

What data cultures and practices characterize historical and ethnographic research?

·       Can these be described with the Data Practices and Curation (DPC) Vocabulary referenced by Carol Palmer?

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19 Oct 2013

Project Review Oct 24 1-2pm: Perseids

Perseids is a collaborative online environment being developed by the Perseus Digital Library to enable scholars and students to edit, translate, annotate and create digital publications of and about ancient texts.  Perseids is an integration and extension of open source tools, services and data models developed by a number of other projects, including  Papyri.info's Son of SUDA Online (SoSOL) tool, the CITE architecture from the

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