Alexander Street Press
Alexander Street Press pairs exclusive content with the latest technology to deliver customizable products and services to libraries and their patrons worldwide. We blend video, audio, and text with cutting-edge online tools and hosting services to transform the way people research, learn, and teach in virtually every discipline.
Axiell is the world’s leading provider of Collections Management solutions for museums, archives, and special libraries. With a suite of products that includes EMu, Adlib, Calm and Mimsy we have a software solution to meet your collections management needs, no matter the type or size of collection. Axiell is The Number 1 in Collections Management Technology because our solutions work. And that’s why our network of collections institutions:
- Is the largest in the world
- Includes the world’s largest collections institutions, and the smallest
- Manages more than 690,000,000 items
- Is supported by more staff with more expertise than any other vendor
Gale Cengage Learning
Gale, part of Cengage Learning, is a world leader in e-research and educational publishing for libraries, schools and businesses. Best known for its authoritative reference content, its intelligent organisation of full-text magazine and newspaper articles, and its global programme in digitising historical primary sources, the company creates and maintains more than 600 databases that are published online, in print, as e-Books and in microform. Major online products include digital collections such as Eighteenth Century Collections Online, Nineteenth Century Collections Online, The Making of the Modern World, and the National Geographic Virtual Library. New releases for 2014 include: Chatham House Online, State Papers Online, 1714 – 1782, Part 1, and four exciting additions to Nineteenth Century Collections Online ‒ Children’s Literature & Childhood; Mapping the World: Maps &Travel Literature; Religion, Spirituality, Reform & Society; and Science, Technology & Medicine, 1785 – 1925, Part 2.
In an exciting development for Humanities scholarship Gale has recently announced that it will make the content of its historical primary source digital collections available to researchers for text and data mining. Under this new programme content from Gale’s digital collections will be made available to Libraries which have acquired the digital collection concerned. The content will be provided to the Library on a separate hard drive consisting of the XML-encoded metadata for that Collection, which is a format that is compatible with interoperable harvesting of the content by Digital Humanities researchers.
HEURIST Research Data Manager
HEURIST revolutionises data management for the Humanities by putting non-technical researchers in the driving seat. Any confident researcher can design, create, manage, analyse and publish their own richly-structured database(s) through a simple web interface, without the need for costly consultants or programmers. Using the free service at the University of Sydney, a functioning database can be built in minutes, and a complete application in hours, and later migrated to a personal or institutional server, if required. Databases can be designed and built incrementally, as structural changes can be made without affecting existing data.
Whatever the field of study – History, Archaeology, Anthropology, Cultural Research, Linguistics, Media Studies etc. – HEURIST handles everything from text, tags and categories, through networks of rich relationships and offset annotations, to images, video, spatial data and dating, including non-western systems and dating uncertainty. Search results can be rendered as interactive maps, timelines, relationship visualisations, faceted views, crosstabulations, lists and custom reports, and as transformable XML, all of which can easily be printed or embedded in a website. The interface is designed by researchers, for researchers, aiming to reduce complex underlying decisions to simple, logical choices. We are happy to assist with initial database setup at no cost, and can provide customisation and in-depth training by arrangement. HEURIST is based at the University of Sydney, is free and Open Source, and is easy to install on any physical or cloud/virtual server.
Routledge is a global publisher of academic books, journals and online resources in the humanities and social sciences. We publish thousands of books and journals each year, serving scholars, instructors, and professional communities worldwide. Routledge is a member of Taylor & Francis Group, an informa business.
The Wonderama Lab is a space where undergraduate CompSci students take off-the-shelf applications and adapt them for novel interactive & immersive experiences. We’ve had particular success with Google Earth and Google Street View, Second Life, Microsoft World Wide Telescope, game engines and WebGL applications. Our students contribute to Google Liquid Galaxy and Interactive Spaces Projects. Wonderama is a collaboration between the UWS School of Computing, Engineering & Mathematics and the eResearch Team. Contact: email@example.com
At DH2015 we will be showcasing our Liquid Galaxy rig and a large-scale Google Street View experience called Peruse-a-Rue.