The Re-Imagining Cleveland Project

Beginning this past Spring, the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities has been working on a collaborative project with Neighborhood Progress, Inc. entitled Re-Imagining A More Sustainable Cleveland. Aside from building a participatory website for project communication and documentation, the Center, through the hard work of undergraduate students in the CSU History Department, has collected over 30 oral history interviews with grant recipients and project leaders.

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Updated January 2013 to reflect current project URLs.

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Erin Bell (M.L.I.S.) is Project Coordinator and Technology Director at the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities at Cleveland State University and lead developer for Curatescape, a web and mobile app framework for publishing location-based humanities content. In addition to managing a variety of oral history, digital humanities and educational technology initiatives, he has spoken to audiences of librarians, scholars, and technologists on best practices in web development and publishing.