I was happy to participate in my 5th (!) THATCamp, THATCamp Alabama 2015, held September 4-5 on the Auburn University campus.
In the Building an Accessible Future for the Humanities session, I shared lessons learned from my participation in the Accessible Future workshop at Emory University in April. I also demoed two tools I support in the Libraries, Esri Story Maps and Google Fusion Tables, in a session on mapping. My notes for both sessions can be found in the THATCamp Alabama 2015 Google Drive folder.
I enjoyed the Tech in Tajikistan session led by my colleague Jennifer Pate, and discussions of Omeka, fieldwork and the digital archive, Alabama Mosaic, and Miriam Posner’s Keystone Digitial Humanities Conference keynote.
10/10 would do again.
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