Using GitHub to Build Websites

Presented by Ann Hanlon and Stephen Appel, UWM Libraries. GitHub is most commonly understood as a site to share and collaborate on code. But non-coders can get a lot out of GitHub as well, including using GitHub to build digital exhibits… Read more

Using Digital Collections: IIIF Images

Presented by Ann Hanlon and Jie Chen, UWM Libraries. IIIF is a set of open standards for delivering high-quality digital objects online at scale. Hundreds of cultural heritage institutions use this standard to deliver their archival objects online, including the University of… Read more

2021-22 Digital Humanities Teaching Fellows Test New Ways to Engage

The UWM Digital Humanities Teaching Fellows for 2021-22 are Rachel Baum (Foreign Languages & Literature), Lisa Hager (English), and Aragorn Quinn (Foreign Languages & Literature). The Teaching Fellows Award, administered by the UWM Libraries, provides an incentive for faculty, instructors,… Read more

2019-20 Digital Humanities Lab Teaching Fellows Named

The UWM Libraries are pleased to announce the 2019-20 Digital Humanities (DH) Lab Teaching Fellows: Dylan Barth (CETL/Women’s and Gender Studies) Peter Blewett (English) Aims McGuinness (History) Whitney Moon (Architecture) The Teaching Fellows will be incorporating DH methods and tools in one of their fall 2019… Read more

Libraries Support Exhibits at Two Milwaukee Museums This Summer

The UWM Libraries are substantial contributors to two remarkable exhibitions in Milwaukee museums this summer—Photographing Nature’s Cathedrals: Carleton Watkins, Eadweard Muybridge, and H.H. Bennett at the Milwaukee Art Museum and Look Here! at the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum. Look Here!… Read more