We are sponsoring THATCamp Columbus and our Program Coordinator & Archivist, Erin Bell, has been working with Center for Public History + Digital Humanities alum, Jim Calder (now at Ohio Humanities Council) to organize and plan the event. Great program, great unconference format, and incisive discussion.
While Mark Souther and I lead our two Teaching American History Workshops, the Center’s project leader, Erin Bell, and former CPHDH alum, James Calder (who is a digital humanist at the Ohio Humanities Council), are spending the next several days at THATCamp, an “unconference” at the Center for History and New Media at George Mason […]
So, I just realized that I had no photos of the kiosks anywhere. We have had a couple of PR and magazine shoots, but I wasn’t given the proofs. So, I went back to our preview of the kiosk concept at Ingenuity in Summer 2007 and reviewed my blog post from that event. Lo and […]
One of the challenges of public and digital history projects is deciding what content will be included and what will be excluded. Often times, a topic may be so scarcely documented that it’s inclusion is not possible. We came across this dilemma more than once during last summer’s work on the Euclid Corridor Project. (more…)