Posts Tagged ‘ Omeka ’

Teaching Regional History Digitally

January 15, 2010

We (in Cleveland State University’s History Department and the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities) have developed Teaching & Learning Cleveland as a way to transform the region into a learning laboratory for upper-level university courses, as well as regional K-12 classrooms. We use Omeka as the basis for our collecting, archiving, research, and […]

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MacGyver-ing History: building online community history with only the tools available

January 14, 2010

I’d like to to talk about building an online local history collection of audio and video interviews, photos, written narratives, recipes, records, etc. What is doable when there’s lots of interest but no budget or time, tech resources and skills are limited, and people are geographically dispersed?

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Student Learning Through Digital History Projects

December 30, 2009

Teaching at a small liberal arts college means that most of my digital humanities work focuses on the classroom. During the fall 2009 semester, both my Colonial Latin American History course and my Global History course built digital history exhibits using Omeka: Colonial Latin American Material Culture and Global History before 1000ce.  Both of these […]

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