Inspired by the amazing work that Dan Royles is doing with TEI mark up of oral history interview transcripts (soon to appear in Oral History Review) I took a quick run at something I first thought of at the American Art History and Digital Scholarship: New Avenues of Exploration in 2013. Access resource here.

The Open Syllabus Project (OSP) is an effort to create the first large-scale online database of university course syllabi as a platform for the development of new research, teaching, and administrative tools.The project leverages a collection of over 1 million syllabi collected from university and departmental websites.  It provides: The first version of a new…

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For the last few years, I’ve been collaborating with Roger Whitson on editing Comics as Scholarship, a special issue for Digital Humanities Quarterly. The open-access issue is now available and may be of interest to anyone experimenting with alternatives to the monolithic scholarly essay. The collection includes six comics written and designed by scholars as…

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The Yahoo News Feed dataset is a collection based on a sample of anonymized user interactions on the news feeds of several Yahoo properties, including the Yahoo homepage, Yahoo News, Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Movies, and Yahoo Real Estate. The dataset stands at a massive ~110B lines (1.5TB bzipped) of user-news item interaction data,…

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The British Library has compiled a list of 1429 medieval digitized manuscripts. “It’s that time of year again, friends, and we’re pleased to (belatedly) celebrate the holidays by giving you a magnificent gift.  This gift is certainly worth the wait, though – a massive list of Digitised Manuscripts hyperlinks!  We’re mixing it up a little…

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