Digital Humanities Skillshare

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Final Project for Pratt SILS LIS 657 Digital Humanities. I am creating a digital humanities skillshare platform for students and researchers in the field of digital humanities to learn from each other about various technologies.

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Digital Humanities Skillshare

  1. 1. Final Project: A Survey of Digital Humanities Skillshare ApplicationsNoreen WhyselLIS 657 Digital HumanitiesProfessor Chris Alen SulaDH Skillshare
  2. 2. Overview  What is a Skillshare?  Skillshare Formats  Core Values  Technology Platforms  Skillshares in Digital Humanities  Pratt DH Skillshare  Challenges
  3. 3. What is a Skillshare?
  4. 4. What is a Skill Share?
  5. 5. Kinds of Skillshares
  6. 6. FestivalsCommunitiesHacker SpacesFormal and Informal TrainingOnline CommunitiesSkillshare Formats
  7. 7. Festivals: Whatcom
  8. 8. Festivals: Whatcom
  9. 9. Festivals: Whatcom
  10. 10. Festivals: Maker Faire
  11. 11. Festivals: Maker Faire
  12. 12. Communities: Brooklyn Skillshare
  13. 13. Hackerspaces: NYC Resistor
  14. 14. Hackerspaces: NYC Resistor
  15. 15. Training: General Assembly
  16. 16. Training: General Assembly
  17. 17. Training: Skillshare.com
  18. 18. Training: Skillshare.com
  19. 19. Online: Brooklyn Librarians
  20. 20. Core Values
  21. 21. Values: Education is a Right
  22. 22. Values: Freedom and Community
  23. 23. Values: Friendship and Curiosity
  24. 24. Technology Platforms
  25. 25. Digital Humanities Platforms  Hosted Web Systems and Group Sites  Google Sites, Yahoo! Groups, email discussion lists, wikis  Web Content Management Systems  WordPress, Drupal, Joomla  Library and Archival Repository and DigitalCollections Systems  Fedora Commons, Omeka, Dspace, Greenstone,CONTENTdm  Museum Collections Management andOnline Exhibition Systems  PastPerfect, steve.museum, The Museum System (TMS)  Code Repositories  GitHub, SourceForge, supercomputingSource: markkamrath, THATCamp Florida and my own research
  26. 26. DH Skillshares: GroupsGoogle Sites Discussion Lists
  27. 27. DH Skillshares: CMSWordpress Drupal
  28. 28. DH Skillshares: Archival SystemsOmeka Fedora Commons
  29. 29. DH Skillshares: Museum SystemsPastPerfect steve.museum
  30. 30. DH Skillshares: Code RepositoriesGitHub SourceForge
  31. 31. Digital Humanities Skillshares
  32. 32. WordPress: THATCamp
  33. 33. WordPress: THATCamp Florida
  34. 34. WordPress: CUNY Academic Commons
  35. 35. WordPress: CUNY Academic Commons
  36. 36. WordPress: CUNY Academic Commons
  37. 37. Drupal: HASTAC
  38. 38. Fedora Commons: DHO Discovery
  39. 39. Fedora Commons: DHO Discovery
  40. 40. GitHub: A Guide to DH
  41. 41. SourceForge: Infouma OS for DH
  42. 42. Challenges
  43. 43. Challenges  Determining Community Needs  Determining Storage Needs  Selecting Features  Training
  44. 44. Challenges: Is DH Ready?
  45. 45. Pratt DH Skillshare
  46. 46. Pratt SILS DH Skillshare
  47. 47. Pratt SILS DH Skillshare
  48. 48. Pratt SILS DH Skillshare
  49. 49. Pratt SILS DH Skillshare
  50. 50. Thank You!Look for Digital Humanities resources at:  DH Skillshare Student Project: http://dhskillshare.prattsils.org  Digital Humanities at Pratt SILS: http://dh.prattsils.org  DH Trends on Storify: http://dhtrends.storify.com  DH Trends on Twitter: @dhtrendsNoreen Whyselnwhysel@pratt.edu@nwhysel

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