ONE DAY Digital History Master Class

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 J. Mark Souther, Professor of History at Cleveland State University, will lead an upcoming 90-minute workshop on the basics of location-based content creation using the Curatescape framework developed by the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities at CSU. Curatescape ( is a web and mobile app framework for publishing location-based content using the Omeka content management system. Curatescape emphasizes storytelling, rather than the display of single archival objects. Participants are welcomed (but not required) to bring a location-based story idea and related image files to experience the process of creating a story in Curatescape.  Participants are also encouraged to attend Dr. Souther’s public lecture at 4pm later that day.


Workshop date:  Monday, April 8, 1-2:30 p.m.

DILAC Lab (Skiles 318, 686 Cherry St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313)




Participants will be registered on a first-come, first-served basis with half of each the seats (15 max) reserved for current HSOC and LMC grads.  If we still have seats open by the middle of next week, we will open registration to undergrads in those units as well.