Great to see you all again in our tutorials – and for the fascinating discussions! Issues of copyright, keeping the “humans” in our digital studies, considering the socio-economic factors of any digital history definition, how to consider authority, and the lack of interactiveness between historians.The two discussions went in such different directions we’ll have to keep the other half informed.

Here are some links for our class:

For our Omeka site (you’ll receive your user logins tomorrow), you can login here: http://digitalhistory.uwaterloo.ca/admin/users/login. The trick for Omeka is to just add /admin after any website to get to the login option.

I’ll mention Dublin Core. If you want a more detailed discussion, check out the wikipedia page.

Some other links of interest:

If you want to explore HTML some more, here’s a link to the CodeAcademy page. Create an account to keep your progress, and you’ll collect neat badges and – more importantly – knowledge. They do several other languages and can be a fun way to dabble around.

If you want to get to the WordPress backend for your posts this weekend, go here.

If you run into any difficulties, e-mail me.

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