With generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, OpenITI AOCP will create a new digital text production pipeline for Persian and Arabic texts. OpenITI AOCP will catalyze the digitization of the Persian and Arabic written traditions by addressing the central technical and organizational impediments stymying the development of improved OCR for Arabic-script languages.
Measuring Impact of Digital Repositories Open, Collaborative Research: Developing the Balanced Value Impact Model to Assess the Impact of Digital Repositories Thursday, April 25, 11 [...]
In February of 2018, MITH spent dedicated time talking about sustainability of digital projects with a team from the University of Pittsburgh’s Visual Media Workshop [...]
MITH is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for the Spring 2019 Winnemore Digital Humanities Dissertation Fellowship. The Winnemore Fellowship provides support to [...]
RomaJS is a web app for customizing TEI and other ODD-based formats such as MEI.
coreBuilder is an open source web-based visual environment for authoring stand-off markup. The tool aims at making the application of stand-off techniques more approachable in the context of Text Encoding Initiative projects dealing with multidimensional representations of text, without substantially disrupting workflows already familiar to TEI encoders.
In the fall of 2017, Philadelphia was the site of 20 temporary monuments created by local and international artists across 10 public parks as [...]
Interested in meeting and talking with other scholars in digital studies in the arts and humanities? Join us for a working meeting on regional DHcollaborations [...]
Led by the Digital Library Federation, Endangered Data Week, February 26 – March 2, is an international, collaborative effort, coordinated across campuses, nonprofits, libraries, [...]
This panel and workshop, planned in conjunction with the 2017 Radio Preservation Task Force Conference, focused on innovative workflows for crowdsourcing linked data to build a web of data that can bridge collective heritage. Panelists discussed their work and research in crowdsourcing or linked open data for radio collections, followed by a Wikidata workshop demonstrating how it can be used to connect archival radio collections to a broader web-based community of knowledge.