Monthly Archives: August 2008

Open Access Day Announced: 14 October 2008

By way of Open Access News we learn of the announcement of Open Access Day 2008: SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition), the Public Library of Science (PLoS), and Students for Free Culture have jointly announced the first … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Open Source | Leave a comment

Contribute to the Greek and Latin Treebanks at Perseus!

Posted on behalf of Greg Crane. Link to the Treebank, which provides more information, at the very end of the post. We are currently looking for advanced students of Greek and Latin to contribute syntactic analyses (via a web-based system) … Continue reading

Posted in Projects, Publications, Tools | Leave a comment

Office of Digital Humanities: Search for funded projects

Playing around on the website of the National Endowment for the Humanities’ Office of Digital Humanities this afternoon I came across the Library of Funded Projects, a database of projects funded through the ODH. Visitors can search by Categories (technical … Continue reading

Posted in Projects | 1 Comment

How to cite Creative Commons works

A very useful guide is being compiled by Molly Kleinman in her Multi-Purpose Librarian blog. As someone who licenses a lot of work using CC-BY, and who both re-uses and sometimes re-mixes a lot of CC work (especially photographs) for … Continue reading

Posted in Open Source, Standards | Leave a comment