The DSG works with projects in multiple ways. For example, we install and maintain websites for many partners, using the CERES platform. We may also help partners in a more intensive manner, to digitize and develop digital collections, website architecture, TEI schemas, metadata standards, and more.
The DSG would also appreciate updates on projects to include the most current information on our website. To provide updates, please complete an Annual Check-In.
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Boston Harbor Habitat Atlas
Aims to enhance the public’s understanding of and connection to the coastal and marine ecosystems found in the metro Boston area, which includes Boston Harbor and the Rumney Marsh.
Boston Research Center
A digital community history and archives lab, bringing Boston’s deep neighborhood and community histories to light through the creation and use of new technologies.
The Catskills Institute
Promotes research and education on the significance of the Catskill Mountains for Jewish-American life.
Cities, Landscape, and Modern Culture
Walks through various transects of the Emerald Necklace in Boston, as a class page for student projects.
The Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project
Serves as a resource for scholars, policymakers, and organizers involved in various initiatives seeking justice for crimes of the civil rights era.
Decoding the Archive
Focuses on museums, archives, and digital technology as forms of knowledge production, as a teaching site for a first-year writing course.
Design for Diversity
Explores the resources and strategies needed to help cultural heritage practitioners advocate for and create more inclusive information systems.
Digital Archive of Indigenous Language Persistence (DAILP)
Supports Indigenous peoples' knowledge, interpretations, and representations of the past, as a community-based archive.
Digital Humanities Quarterly
An open-access, peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of digital humanities.
The Dragon Prayer Book Project
Documents the discovery of the Dominican Prayer Book, a manuscript from the fifteenth century which currently resides in Northeastern University’s Archives and Special Collections.
The Early Caribbean Digital Archive
An interactive digital scholarly lab for the collaborative research and study of pre-20th century Caribbean literature.
Henry David Thoreau's Journal Drawings
Houses the hundreds of drawings found in the Journal of Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862).
Historical and Multilingual OCR
Serves as a catalyst for further OCR research and help the community move forward best practices for digital collections using OCR data.
Holocaust Awareness Committee Archives
Commemorates the Holocaust through photos, videos, audio, and artifacts from Northeastern University events over 40 years.
Latin American Jewish Writers and Artists
Allows viewers to appreciate the beauty, the depth, and the variety of the visual and plastic arts created by Jewish artists of Spanish and Portuguese-speaking Latin America.
Literature and Digital Diversity
Explores the use of digital tools for analyzing, preserving, and transforming literature and literary culture.
Margaret Fuller Transnational Archive
Aims to digitally map networks of publication involving Margaret Fuller and the circles of European and American political and cultural figures.
Northeastern University Digital Publishing
Works to bring selected out-of-print Northeastern University Press titles to a new audience through the creation of open-access digital editions.
Our Marathon: The Boston Bombing Digital Archive
A crowdsourced archive of digital and social media related to the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15, 2013.
"Picturing the World" Gallery
A digital archive of maps, watercolors, and Audubon prints from the Library's Arader Collection.
Recording Studios Showcase
Features student audio and video recordings and 3D printing projects created in the Library’s state-of-the-art facilities.
The TEI Archiving, Publishing, and Access Service: a platform supporting small-scale TEI projects and their data.
Explores, through the podcast medium, new ideas and discoveries brought to you by the Northeastern University Library.
Women Writers Project
A digital research and publication project devoted to early modern women’s writing and text encoding.