I recently migrated my “Orange County Fallen Heroes” local history project from Omeka version 1x to Omeka 2x. What a difference! One of the best biggest changes I notice in Omeka 2x is the addition of a new plugin — Search By Metadata. This plugin is a HUGE timesaver for me, and provides a much more valuable research experience for my site visitors.
A review of the new Omeka.net hosted publishing platform for digital collections.
My last post, about the Digital History Guide I am building for a Public History class, has sparked a few Tweets and emails asking me about Pollak Library’s research guide solution. Pollak Library launched a new content management system and subject guide solution just this semester, which is live, but still kind of in beta […]
So, I know that I am probably overextending my social media self, but from here on out, my “personal” posts (about family, the wedding, my hikes, etc.) can be found on Greene Adventures, a brand new family blog that Jeff and I launched today to coincide with the one-month countdown to our wedding. Like my […]
Today’s the official launch of my redesigned blog! I’ve spent the past week or so migrating my site from a Drupal (v.5) platform to a WordPress (v.2.7) one. And after a lot of experimental SQL scripts, I’m finally done. If you hopped on my site late last night, you were greeted with an “Undergoing Maintenance” […]