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”
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”
This week we worked with several media annotation programs and studied oral history recording and transcription processes.
Thinglink provides a handy means of annotating media for Continue reading “Thinking about media and oral history annotation”