Links


Here is our selection of websites related to Digital Studies:


ENMI 2014

banner-enmis-logo-2014-2You find on this page the presentation, program and registration form for the Talks on the New Industrial World 2014, whose theme will be: “The “Truth” of the digital”. This event will happen in Paris, Centre Pompidou, on December 5th and 6th, 2014.

Link : http://enmi-conf.org/wp/enmi14/


Peer to PCAST

Capture d’écran 2013-10-23 à 17.43.39This is concerned with the web platform designed to help experts in science and technology, advisors to President Barack Obama, criticized by Mark Deckert, Abram Sternet, and Warren Sack, in their article: “Peer to PCAST: What does open video have to do with open government?”.

Link : http://metaviddemo01.ucsc.edu/dev2pcast/


Hypotheses.fr

bandeauhypo-2012-1000x100_MAINPierre Mounier’s page on Digital Humanities and Open Editions.

Link n°1 : http://hypotheses.org/author/mounier
Link n°2 : The Digital Humanities on the website of EHESS : http://www.ehess.fr/fr/enseignement/enseignements/2013/ue/620/


Alliance Sciences Société

bannire-aliss-4Website of the Alliance Sciences Society, launched on November 17th, 2012 within the Cnam, in order to promote the interactions between sciences, research and society, and to study the new forms of intermediation.

Link : alliance-sciences-societe.fr


Annotation studio

Capture d’écran 2013-10-23 à 17.51.16A software suite for collaborative annotation on the web, developed by MIT HyperStudio.

Link n°1 : http://www.annotationstudio.org/
Link n°2 : http://app.annotationstudio.org/users/sign_in


Annotations at Harvard

Capture d’écran 2013-10-23 à 17.52.01A Harvard University Web site devoted to issues of annotation and note-taking in research, teaching and learning.

Link n°1 : http://www.annotations.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do

Link n°2 : http://www.annotations.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k80243&pageid=icb.page466612


The Open Humanities Group of the Open Knowledge Foundation

Capture d’écran 2013-10-23 à 17.53.16The website of the Open Humanities group, which promotes the use of free software and open access to research and teaching in the field of the human sciences.

Link : http://humanities.okfn.org/