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JMPW Contract Update and Other Outstanding Items

Posted: Saturday, February 9th, 2008 @ 1:08 pm in 471C3, Digital History, James Monroe Papers | 2 Comments »

Well it is the end of week 4, and the clouds are starting to dissipate.  Got through the initial draft of the contract on Wednesday Thursday the group started their review and provided comments.  The contract is helping to illuminate areas of confusion and is serving as a tool to organize our efforts.  Andrea emailed Jerry to […]

James Monroe Paper Website Contract

Posted: Wednesday, February 6th, 2008 @ 1:44 pm in 471C3, Digital History, James Monroe Papers | Comments Off on James Monroe Paper Website Contract

Finished preliminary draft of contract for website, which included all Dr. Preston’s specifications, and posted it on google docs for the rest of the group to review.  I’m not sure how to submit milestones.  I’m thinking that the timeline might be a good way of presenting it, but it depends on whether we can acclimate […]

James Monroe Paper Update for week of Feb. 4, 2008

Posted: Tuesday, February 5th, 2008 @ 10:51 am in 471C3, Digital History, James Monroe Papers | Comments Off on James Monroe Paper Update for week of Feb. 4, 2008

Patrick and Jerry conducted class today and covered some additional options in Omeka and google documents.  I spoke to Patrick before class expressing the problems that I was experiencing with some of the timelines that I had been experimenting with; namely, the date criteria required completion of the date in the form of mm/dd/yyyy, and […]

Emily Chang – Timeline

Posted: Sunday, January 27th, 2008 @ 10:50 pm in Digital History, James Monroe Papers | Comments Off on Emily Chang – Timeline

Wow… 108 pages to browse.  After browsing through six or seven pages, I opted to search for a tool related to timelines. Our group is responsible for developing the James Monroe Papers Website, which requires that we create an electronically-linked timeline of Monroe’s life and family.  I viewed several of the sample timelines to determine the […]

James Monroe Papers Website

Posted: Monday, January 21st, 2008 @ 8:01 pm in Digital History, James Monroe Papers | Comments Off on James Monroe Papers Website

Well…this is an attempt at posting to my blog.  Our group, namely those working on the James Monroe Papers Website, met in class the other day to discuss the project.  Our first task was to survey other digital history websites to determine what we like and what we do not like.  Talya has already created […]

 
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