Tag Archives: Omeka

Omeka, Collecting, & Crowdsourcing

At CPHDH, we use Omeka, and here are two projects that make use of Omeka, both with nice (though largely out of the box) designs that demonstrate how Omeka can be useful in collaboratively identifying and mapping a city (Sao Tome) and collecting (Bracero): Sao Tome Map Project; Bracero History Archive. Both are engaging projects […]

THATCamp, Omeka, and tinkering

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 […]