Experimenting with Microsoft Sway

The final project of our half semester course INLS 690-249: Intellectual Property and Copyright in Archives required us to learn how to create presentations in Microsoft Office Sway.

The app provides a vast array of Continue reading “Experimenting with Microsoft Sway”

Scalar Book of Coptic Stitch Binding

Our first digital project is due this week.  JJ asked us to create a collection of media objects in either Omeka or Scalar, using the built-in tools to play with footnotes, annotations, linking and adding metadata.

I chose Scalar, since Continue reading “Scalar Book of Coptic Stitch Binding”

Thinking about media and oral history annotation

This week we worked with several media annotation programs and studied oral history recording and transcription processes.

MEDIA ANNOTATION

Thinglink provides a handy means of annotating media for Continue reading “Thinking about media and oral history annotation”