Grizzly Labs: Genius Scan and Genius Scan+

Originally posted on 2014-03-18 http://www.thegrizzlylabs.com/ Accessed 12 February 2014. Reviewed by Maristella Feustle, Music Special Collections Librarian, University of North Texas [PDF Full Text] Genius Scan is an app for capturing and sharing images and documents. It is available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, with a free version and a premium version, “Genius Scan … Continue reading Grizzly Labs: Genius Scan and Genius Scan+

Viewshare: Interfaces to Our Heritage

Originally posted on 2013-08-27 Reviewed by Suzanne Maggard, University of Cincinnati [PDF Full Text] Viewshare is a free, open source application developed and maintained by the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program at the Library of Congress (NDIIPP). The purpose of Viewshare is to enable users to enhance their digital collections by creating “unique,” … Continue reading Viewshare: Interfaces to Our Heritage

Omeka

Originally published 2013-05-15 http://omeka.org Accessed 8 May 2013. Reviewed by Elizabeth Pepper [PDF Full Text] Omeka is an open-source publishing platform that can be used by archivists to create and manage digital collections. It is funded by various private foundations, allowing free use of the platform, however, there are fairly sophisticated system requirements for the … Continue reading Omeka

Zotero

Originally posted 2013-04-15 http://www.zotero.org/ Accessed 14 March 2013 Reviewed by Amy Nicole Roberson, Trinity University [PDF Full Text] Developed by the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, Zotero is a free browser-based tool designed to collect, organize, cite, share, and sync research materials. This review evaluates Zotero using the three notions … Continue reading Zotero