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For examples of how other organizations have integrated Scripto on their projects, please visit the websites available below:

Digitizing Serialized Fiction

Digitizing Serialized FictionInstitution: History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Platform: Omeka
Content: The collection consists of serialized fiction within the Farm, Field and Fireside Agricultural Newspaper collection though the University of Illinois library.

 

DIY History

DIY History

Institution: History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Platform: Omeka
Content: The content on DIY History is drawn from the University of Iowa Libraries’ Special Collections, University Archives, and Iowa Women’s Archives.

 

 

From Fights to Rights: The Long Road to a More Perfect Union

From Fights to Rights: The Long Road to a More Perfect UnionInstitution: William and Mary Swem Library
Platform: Omeka
Content: Civil War Era manuscripts from the Swem Library Digital Projects are available for transcription.

 

 

Nazi Tunnels Archive

resized.Nazi Tunnels ArchiveInstitution: PhD Candidate at George Mason University
Platform: Omeka
Content: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial, Private holdings.

 
 

Texas Manuscript Cultures

Texas Manuscript CulturesInstitution: William and Mary Swem Library
Platform: Omeka
Content: Collection of letters written by soldiers stationed in Texas at Kelly Field (San Antonio) and Camp Hood (Killeen) during World War II are available for transcription

 

The Civil War in Letters

The Civil War in Letters
Institution: The Newberry
Content: The collection includes letters and other manuscripts from the Civil War Era.

 

 

The Peries Project

resized.Peries ProjectInstitution: University of Pennsylvania
Platform: Omeka
Collaborators: National Library of Scotland, Ben Franklin Scholars Program
Content: The website shows how digital projects can be used in the classroom – in this case, an English seminar at UPenn used Omeka and scripto to interact with John Leyden’s “Tales of Peries”

 

 

Transcribe: UA Libraries

Transcribe: UA LibrariesInstitution: University of Alabama
Platform: Omeka
Content: Collections of documents from the Manly Family Papers and the Meriwether Family Papers

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