CONFERENCE, WORKSHOP & INVITED PRESENTATIONS
- Adam Crymble. "The Programming Historian 2: A Collaborative Methodology Textbook" Digital Humanities 2012, University of Hamburg, Germany. 18 July 2012.
- Adam Crymble & William J. Turkel. "The NiCHE Digital Infrastructure" (poster) American Society for Environmental History. Portland, USA. March 2010.
Working Knowledge of the following computer languages and web platforms:
Select academic websites designed and implemented by Adam:
- "MB: Living and Writing the Early Years of Parks Canada" [content by Alan MacEachern & Luvneet Rana] (2011-2012)
- "The Privy Council Papers Online" [w. a team of 5] (2011)
- "The Programming Historian" (2011)
- "NiCHE Website" [w. Greg Smith] (2010)
- "Unpeacable Exchange: Trade and Conflict in a Global Economy, 1000-2000" (2010)
- "H-Environment List Serv" (2010)
- "How to Write a Zotero Translator: Website" (2009)
- "Back to the Island: Narrative and Oral History of PEI: Website" (2009)
Adam has been writing "Thoughts on Public and Digital History" since 2007.
The blog includes musings on new technology for research, reviews of interactive aspects of museums and thoughts about disseminating research to a wide audience.
THE PROGRAMMING HISTORIAN 2
If you'd like to learn some simple programming skills to further your research process, you've come to the right place. The Programming Historian 2 (PH2) is a tutorial-based open access textbook designed to teach humanists practical computer programming skills that are immediately useful to real reasearchers.
But we havn't stopped there. PH2 is also a community-driven collaborative textbook. We welcome lessons and lesson ideas from anyone who thinks they have a skill or technique that they'd like to share. All of our lessons are peer-reviewed before they are incorporated as part of the live project to ensure only high quality work reaches our learners.
Whether you're interested in learning or contributing your skills, we'd be happy to hear from you. Contact Adam at firstname.lastname@example.org
- "The Programming Historian 2". Jeremy Boggs, Adam Crymble, Fred Gibbs, Miriam Posner, William J. Turkel (editors). (2012).
- Adam Crymble, "Citer les humanités numérique: l'Old Bailey Online est-il un film ou un article scientifique?", in Pierre Mounier (dir.), Read/Write Book 2, Marseille, OpenEdition Press (Collection "Read/Write Book"), 2012, p. 105-109.
- Adam Crymble, "How to Write a Zotero Translator: A Practical Beginners Guide for Humanists". (NiCHE, London: 2009) [150pp]
SOFTWARE SUSTAINABILITY INSTITUTE FELLOW
Adam is a fellow at the Software Sustainability Institute in the UK. The institute works to ensure that software created to advance research does not "break" before its time, wasting time and resources.
Omeka is an open-sourced web-platform designed for museums and archives, built by the Center for History & New Media.
In the spirit of open-source, Adam created and released a "theme" for Omeka, which allows users more options for customizing the look of their exhibit