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Thursday, March 19 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Learn to Use Timelines to Engage Community and Exhibit Digital Collections

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PLEASE NOTE:  This is a hands-on session.  Space may be quite limited--you may be asked to double-up at workstations.  Seating is first-come, first-served.

In this workshop, you'll learn how to work with two open source timeline resources, the SIMILE project and Timeline JS. In a computer lab environment, you will  create your own timeline, and you will gain knowledge that you can take back to your work and put to use instantly.

With these easy-to-use freely available timeline tools, it is possible to create small-scale digital humanities projects and exhibits and present them on a website or a blog. Both tools can be used to engage the community with your collections or other online collections. A minimum of technical expertise is needed and these two tools are great for collaborating with colleagues, students, faculty, or others. 



Speakers
avatar for Kent Gerber

Kent Gerber

Digital Library Manager, Bethel University
My work in the Bethel University Digital Library involves collecting and curating Bethel's history, culture, and scholarship. I enjoy working in a variety of settings including archives & special collections, institutional repositories, digital libraries, web development, digital humanities, and reference. Timeline tools like SIMILE Widgets and TimelineJS are in the nexus of all these different domains and I looking forward to sharing how... Read More →
avatar for Johan Oberg

Johan Oberg

Digital Scholarship and Services Librarian, Macalester College
I am the Digital Scholarship and Services Librarian at Macalester College, Saint Paul, MN. I support digital publishing, digital humanities and digital scholarship projects at Macalester. 


Thursday March 19, 2015 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Olin-Rice 258

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