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cropped-201114-150x150 Grimsby Timescapes
Grimsby Timescapes is a curatorial and oral history project that is part of the graduate studentshare research of Sara Nixon, a student in the Public History MA Program.  Using the Rideau Timescapes App for iOS devices as a framework, Nixon has curated a downtown Grimsby version that delivers historical photographs of the town to the user in place.
grimsbytimescapes.dhcworks.ca

 


 

cropped-procedural_circus1-150x150 Video Games & Simulations for Historians (Hist 3812a)
Shawn Graham’s course, Hist 3812a, explores the digital representation of history, where ‘gaming’ is understood as both ‘play’ as well as ‘manipulation’.
hist3812a.dhcworks.ca

 


 

 

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The Digital History at Carleton Workshop has been funded by a grant from the Carleton Innovation Forum. For more information on partnerships and opportunities for projects, contact the DH@CWorks facilitator, James Opp.

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