Digital History Sites and Other Resources:
What is Digital History/Digital Humanities/Digital Liberal Arts: Information R/evolution; Seefeldt & Thomas, What is Digital History?; Digital Humanities Definitions by Type; Wikipedia definitions of Digital History & Digital Humanities
Other Digital History Sites: Valley of the Shadow, French Revolution, The Emancipation Project; Gilded Age Murder. Omeka-based sites, including Great Molasses Flood (built in Omeka and Neatline). Map Scholar; University of Houston’s Digital History site; Emile Davis Diaries; Photogrammar; several sites at the Digital Scholarship Lab; Mapping the Republic of Letters; Virtual Paul’s Cross Project; Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database.
Digital Archives: Tony Grafton, “Future Reading,” New Yorker, Nov. 5, 2007; Hurricane Digital Memory Bank, September 11 Digital Archive, Footnote.com; JSTOR; Internet Archive; A House Divided: America in the Age of Lincoln; Famous Law trials; Criminal Intent; NYPL’s Biblion/World’s Fair; Influenza Encyclopedia.
Digital History Projects done by UMW students: Fredericksburg, Stafford, Spotsylvania Historical Markers; James Monroe Papers; James Monroe Museum Political Cartoons; The James Farmer Lectures — A Civil Rights Leader’s Reflections
Copyright: http://creativecommons.org/; Stanford’s guide to fair use
Digital Identity: Footprints in the Digital Age, Will Richardson: http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/nov08/vol66/num03/Footprints-in-the-Digital-Age.aspx; Personal branding in the age of Google, Seth Godin, http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2009/02/personal-branding-in-the-age-of-google.html; Digital Tattoo, http://digitaltattoo.ubc.ca/
Other Readings to Check Out: Collections in Writing History in the Digital Age and Learning through Digital Media.
Forms for Oral History and Copyright Permissions:
Oral History Informed Consent Form
Digital Image Publication Permission Form
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