Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture (IDHMC)
About This Community
The Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture (IDHMC) mission is:
- 1. To perform research on the global impact of computing, digitization, cyber-worlds, and digital communication on culture by fostering collaboration among various disciplines housed in different colleges across the University;
- 2. To participate in creating a cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities, which is to say, a structure capable of making the human record accessible and usable by new computing technologies that will allow performing the new kinds of research that have been impossible up to now;
- 3. To foster among faculty at Texas A&M University inter-institutional and international relationships for the sake of maximizing
the use of expertise and resources devoted to research in the Humanities, new media, and art.
The digital collections available in this Repository Community represent the digital scholarlship we are engaged in and the research deliverables we are producing through a variety of interdisciplinary endeavors.
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All works disseminated through IDHMC are copyrighted by the authors and made available for legitimate research, educational and scholarly re-use through a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.
Contents of this community
(2016-08-31)“MuSO: Aggregation and Peer Review in Music” was a project that laid the foundation for a virtual research environment (VRE) dedicated to music. It explored ways in which such an environment could draw from and contribute ...
(2016-07-27)This presentation given at the "Music Scholarship Online" meeting describes the procedures for peer reviewing digital projects employed by the Advanced research consortium
(2016-07-27)This presentation presents the Resource Data Framework (RDF) requirements of the Advanced Research Consortium.
(2016-07-27)Notes from the Music Scholarship Online meeting held at Texas A&M University on January 28 and 29, 2016 in conjunction with the "MuSO: Aggregation and Peer Review for Music" project. This meeting considered metadata standards ...