August 1-3, 2023 (10am-12noon Central, FREE via Zoom)
Digital humanities tools are evolving to put more and more sophisticated – and easy to use – tools in the hands of educators and students. Join us to learn how to use one of the newest additions, Juncture, an open-source framework to build multimedia exhibits. Juncture enables authors to build simple or complex narratives, building on other open tools. Tap into existing digital collections and incorporate high resolution images, zooming capabilities, the ability to highlight and annotate specific areas of an object, and provide context and narrative. All with web-based tools that are available to anyone.
Please register HERE by July 24, 2023
A collaboration between the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Digital Collections, UWM Libraries, the Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University, and the Tulane Latin American Library. CLACS and the Stone Center are Title VI National Resource Centers, with funding from the U.S. Department of Education.
Image: “Woman Ironing,” 1862-77, Early Images of Latin America Collection, Latin American Library, Tulane University