This Omeka site functions as a sandbox for digital humanities classes as well as for individual students and faculty at the University of Georgia.
Click here for instructions on adding an item to Omeka.
Click here for instructions on creating an exhibit.
Click here for adding records to Neatline
While this site is shared and meant to be a space of experimentation and for use in short term classroom projects, separate Omeka sites are availabile for long term project and individual research projects.
For additional questions and support contact Emily McGinn, the Digital Humanities Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the DigiLab on the third floor of the Main Library.
To learn more about the Digital Humanities efforts on campus visit Digi.uga.edu.