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Digital Humanities Resources: Digital Collections and Digital Storytelling; Games

A brief guide for faculty on DH concepts, tools, examples, and pedagogies.

Creating Digital Collections

Shakespeare windowThis page shares information on using digital collections tools in the classroom. Much of the content on this page is adapted from Dr. Annie Swafford's (SUNY-New Paltz) presentation at a workshop: Fostering the Digital Humanities at St. Thomas, June 2015.

(Image credit: Conrad Pickel Stained Glass Collection, UST Libraries, 
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Selected Sources for Digital Images

Here is just a small handful of potential sources. Consult each source's usage guidelines, within the context of fair use rights. Use appropriate citations and attributions.

Digital Storytelling

Omeka

Omeka is an open-source digital collections tool. There is a locally hosted version (Omeka.org) and an open web version (Omeka.net).

Film or video project tools

Video/podcast tools

Immigration Syllabus

Immigrant Stories

Omeka Usage Tips

Adding Content:

Grouping the Items:

Other:

Games as DH

Video Game Resources

Undertold Stories Project