We provide web space and technical support to NiCHE members whose projects or research could benefit from added exposure. In addition, we are working on a number of projects that explore new ways to present and study environmental history, as well as lessons aimed at researchers who want to learn new research techniques involving computers. You can read more about our philosophy in Digital Infrastructure for Collaborative Research.
Nous fournissons des sites Internet et du support technique aux membres de NiCHE dont les projets ou la recherche pourraient bénéficier d’une visibilité additionnelle. En outre, nous travaillons sur un certain nombre de projets qui explorent de nouvelles façons de présenter et d’étudier l'histoire de l’environnement. Nous sommes également en train de développer des formations pour les chercheurs qui veulent apprendre de nouvelles techniques de recherche utilisant des ordinateurs.
Projects that the NiCHE Digital Infrastructure have been actively involved in include:
An international workshop devoted to developing a strategy for providing APIs that mesh seamlessly with one another, expose data and provide a platform for a new generation of online research.
Hacking as a Way of Knowing (2009)
A physical computing workshop that considered the problem of E-waste and looked at methods for learning from and repurposing articles that others have thrown away.
The Programming Historian (2007)
By: William J. Turkel, Adam Crymble, Alan MacEachern
An open-access introduction to programming in Python, aimed at working historians (and other humanists) with little previous experience.
Knowledge Mobilization Blog (2009-10)
By: Sean Kheraj
A blog that asked is it time for more historians to re-think scholarly publishing?
By: Adam Crymble
By: Sean Kheraj, Jim Clifford, William J. Turkel
A project committed to the understanding of mobile technology in environmental history research practices.
Tangible Interfaces (2009)
By: Devon Elliot and Adam Crymble
An experiment in physical computing designed to promote collaboration.
These presentations are created by environmental historians interested in engaging an audience online
By: Adam Crymble
A three month project, summer 2008, to extend the citation management program, Zotero, with Canadian researchers in mind.
Funding / Financement
- SSHRC Strategic Research Clusters Grant, 2007-14
- SSHRC Image, Text, Sounds and Technology Workshop Grant, 2008-09
- SSHRC Image, Text, Sounds and Technology Grant, 2007-08
- Research Western Internal Funding, 2007-12
- SSHRC Research Development Initiatives Grant, 2005-07