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HK-50015-12Digital Humanities: Digital Humanities Implementation GrantsDrew UniversityThe DM Environment: From Annotation to Dissemination9/1/2012 - 10/31/2015$246,566.00MartinKennedyFoys   Drew UniversityMadisonNJ07940-1434USA2012Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralDigital Humanities Implementation GrantsDigital Humanities2465660226578.620

The further development and testing of the annotation and online publishing capabilities of the DM (formerly Digital Mappaemundi) tool, an online environment that allows users to assemble collections of images and texts for humanities research and scholarship.

DM (formerly Digital Mappaemundi) is an online environment that allows users to easily assemble collections of images and texts for study, produce their own rich analysis data, and publish online resources for individual, group or public use. DM is ready for multi-year work with five partner projects (including a new partnership with the British Library) to implement a publicly available user-friendly environment that enables users to 1) assemble collections of resources from any combination of accessible repositories; 2) create richly linked data (e.g., annotation networks involving combinations of images, texts, fragments, web resources, and other annotations) and collections, sequences and indices that organize this data; 3) export data in a number of linked data formats; and 4) easily produce publicly accessible and interactive websites based on such data and linked data published elsewhere.