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ENTS 110: Environment and Society

For professor Kim Smith, Spring 2019

The Collection

Evening DHA drop-in help hours

Digital Humanities Associates (DHAs) are student workers who can help you with your digital project! At drop-in hours, they can help you...
  • Get logged in
  • Start adding content to your project
  • Troubleshoot things that aren't working
  • ...and more!
Things they work with often: Omeka, Wordpress, Neatline, TimelineJS, Google Earth, Voyant

SPRING 2020 virtual drop-in hours:

  • Email any time: dha.group@carleton.edu
  • Mon-Tues-Wed-Thurs Evenings
    • 7-9 pm, Central 
    • https://meet.google.com/urw-qybp-qki
      ‪+1 315-801-9473‬ (PIN: ‪105 542 832#‬)
  • Tues-Thurs Common time
    • Noon-1 pm, Central
    • https://meet.google.com/dhq-jwiq-cdf
      ‪+1 314-666-1470‬ (PIN: ‪191 234 571#‬)

Step 1: Collect and organize your data

Step 2: What should be archived?

Four Criteria for Inclusion

  1. Relevance

  2. Quality

  3. Uniqueness

  4. Permission (see below!)

    1. CC BY: I created the object and I give permission to Carleton to make this available under a Creative Commons: Attribution license.

    2. CC BY-NC: I created the object and I give permission to Carleton to make this available under a Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial license.

    3. CC0: I created the object and I put it into the public domain.

    4. I created the object, and will sign the Carleton Copyright Release Form. I will attach that form.

    5. I have received permission from the rights holder to include this in the digital collection. I will attach their signed Copyright Release Form.

Step 3: Upload metadata, original file, and copyright release form(s)