Testing, testing . . .
This site provides information about ways the library can support digital projects in the classroom. It’s an outgrowth of a Mellon Foundation-sponsored three-year project to grow digital humanities at Gustavus. Special thanks to Glenn Kranking and all the faculty involved and to Gustavus Technology Services for funding the hosting of digital sites.
Our library is for learning. Recognizing growing interest in creating public-facing digital class projects, the library faculty are committed to […]
There are several tools for building multimedia timelines. Perhaps the easiest to use (particularly for a group project) is Timeline.js, […]
Representing information spatially can provide a new way of seeing information. There are plenty of options, ranging from the super-simple […]
We now have a domain for Gustavus projects – either digital projects students or faculty work on alone or collaborative […]
A few years ago, Hugh McGuire thought it shouldn’t be so difficult to format books for the web. Using […]
We’re excited to have Dr. Celeste Tường Vy Sharpe, the Academic Technologist for Instructional Technology at Carleton College, come to […]
Thanks to a 2018-19 Innovation Grant from the Provost’s office, we will have a digital humanities expert on tap during […]