In the Summer of 2014, Bryan Burns, Associate Professor of Classical Studies, taught at Myth and Mask in Digital and Material Space: a Consortial Humanities Lab, held at Carleton College.
Students in this Lab used Neatline, a plugin for Omeka, to create richly annotated digital maps that correlate with mythic texts and images. The Digital Scholarship Initiatives (DSI) program in Wellesley College's Library and Technology Services division was pleased to provide technical support for this project.
Faculty: Bryan Burns
LTS Staff: Jenifer Bartle, Kara Hart
Keywords: Omeka, Neatline, DSI, Mapping