Videos of 2011 Digital Humanities Start-Up Grantees

February 16, 2012
Collage of Screenshots from Lightning Round Video

We're happy to say that we now have videos from the annual Office of Digital Humanities Project Directors Meeting, held September 27, 2011 at the Old Post Office in Washington, DC. This meeting brought together top researchers in the digital humanities from across the United States.

In these videos below, watch the directors of NEH's Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants give short, two-minute presentations on their projects.

Click any link below to go directly to the video.

Alexandria Archive InstituteGazetteer of the Ancient Near East

Cleveland State UniversityMobile Historical

College of Physicians of PhiladelphiaPlanning for an Innovative Partnership: the Medical Heritage Digital Collaborative

CUNY Research Foundation, City CollegeSpanish Paleography Digital Teaching and Learning Tool

Dartmouth CollegeACTION (Audio-visual Cinematic Toolbox for Interaction, Organization, and Navigation): an open-source Python platform

Florida State UniversityPopulating Prosop, A Social Networking Tool for the Past: Two Workshops

Fordham UniversityCompatible Database Initiative: Fostering Interoperable Data for Network Mapping and Visualization

Indiana University, BloomingtonIncorporating Annotated Video into Omeka

Indiana University, IndianapolisAn Open-Source Scholarly Text-Editing Platform for the Critical Editions in the Institute for American Thought

Internet ArchiveLinked Open Data in Libraries, Archives, and Museums Summit

Ithaca CollegeUntangling the Web of Historical Thinking: What the Structures of Student-Produced Wikis Reveal

Ithaka Harbors, Inc.Campus Services to Support Historians

Mangalam Research Center for Buddhist LanguagesBuddhist Translators Workbench (BTW)

MediaActionRural Alaska Cultural Media Project

Michigan State UniversityDigging Digitally: Creating a More Dynamic Archaeological Field Journal Archive

Milwaukee Public MuseumProposing Holograms as an Innovative Exhibition Technology for Egyptian Mummies

Minneapolis Society of Fine ArtsEnhancing the Humanities Through Innovation: The Extended Collection Project

Museum of the City of New YorkImproving Digital Record Annotation Capabilities with Open-sourced Ontologies and Crowd-sourced Workers

New York Public LibraryWhat's on the Menu: Crowdsourcing Culinary History at The New York Public Library

New York Public LibraryMOVER [a Multimodal Open-Source Variorum eBook Reader]

North Carolina State UniversityNew Methods of Documenting the Past: Recreating Public Preaching at Paul's Cross, London, in the Post-Reformation Period

Ohio State University, Main CampusMeeting the Earthworks Builders: A flash-based video game

Reed CollegeEnhancing Dance Literacy: Dance Notation Through Touch Technology

Stockton CollegeA Digital Role-Playing Game for the History of Medicine

Stone Soup Productions, Inc.The American Guide Game

SUNY Research Foundation, College at PurchaseCreative Telecollaboration and Language Acquisition Curriculum

Texas A & M University, CommerceRemixing Rural Texas: Local Texts, Global Context

Tulane UniversityMediaNOLA: Making the History of New Orleans Cultural Production Part of the Present

University of California, BerkeleyWordseer: A Text Analysis Tool for Examining Stylistic Similarities in Narrative Collections

University of California, Los AngelesImmersive Coordinates: Digital Anatolia

University of Central Florida, OrlandoThe Central Florida Mosaic Interface - Stage II

University of FloridaDigital Epigraphy Toolbox

University of HoustonVwire: Digital Content Management through Spatial Arrangement - a Tool for Visual Argumentation in the Humanities

University of Illinois at ChicagoCoCensus: Collaboration Exploration of Census Data in a Museum

University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignRe-Framing the Online Video Archive: A Prototype Interface for America’s Nuclear Test Films

University of North Carolina, Chapel HillGnovis: Flowing Through the Galaxy of Knowledge

University of South Carolina Research FoundationHistory Simulation for Teaching Early Modern British History

University of Southern CaliforniaDesign of an Interactive Tabletop Device for Humanities Exhibitions

University of Southern California and Bryn Mawr CollegeMobile Shakespeare Scripts

University of Texas, AustinBibliopedia

University of WashingtonThe Svoboda Diaries Project: From Digital Text to “New Book”

University of WashingtonAdvancing Information Design for Architectural Image Interfaces

Wake Forest UniversityACTIV-ES: a novel Spanish-language corpus for linguistic and cultural comparisons between communities of the Hispanic world

Washington State UniversityFort Vancouver Mobile

Weber State UniversityConcentration in the Humanities

Wheaton CollegeEncoding Financial Records for Historical Research

Wheaton College and University of VirginiaDeveloping a User Experience for TAPAS (the TEI Archiving, Publishing, and Access Service)

Yale UniversityPhotogrammar Project