The Digital Archaeology Toolkit
The Digital Archaeology Toolkit is a collaborative project that aims to curate a crowd-sourced list of digital resources and tools for archaeological research, teaching, and publishing. Built atop these crowd-sourced resources, this project will curate multiple “deployable” digital toolkits to address particular research problems and workflows in archaeology. These toolkits can be customized by practitioners and tailored to specific project needs.
Bryn Mawr History of Women in Science Project
This Shiny app was built as part of the 2017-2018 pilot phase of the Bryn Mawr HoWiS Project, led by Dr. Jessica Linker (Bryn Mawr College). It visualizes a datataset focused on women who studied STEM fields while at Bryn Mawr College in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and encourages users to explore the career paths and global impact of women in science after they left Bryn Mawr.
Carpenter Carrel Project
This interactive map of Carpenter Library at Bryn Mawr College allows users to explore a snapshot of the number and range of books housed at each study carrel. The collaborative project was created in Carto by the 2017 Digital Scholarship Graduate Assistants as a way to visualize the distribution of books checked out to students in the Classics, Archaeology, and History of Art departments.