These annotation projects help enrich digital materials, mostly images from our Rare Books and Special Collections, but also from other international sources, such as the Institute of East Asian Studies at ENS-Lyon.
Most of the tasks involve identifying significant structural features in the image, such as titles, section headings, page numbers, and map legends.
If you are interested in working on the projects during the Fall 2020 semester, please follow the steps in the "Getting Started" Section below. Any questions can be emailed to Don Brower (email@example.com).
NOTE: this process is different from getting started on the Epistemological Letters project. If you previously worked on Epistemological Letters and would like to work on additional projects, please follow the revised instructions below!
Once you have confirmed with your current ND UltraTime supervisor that you are cleared to begin working on this project, please follow the steps below to get started!
STEP 1—Create an ORCID (free) OR have your ORCID handy.
Your ORCID will look similar to "0000-0001-7347-546X", but with different numbers.
STEP 2—Set up your hasdai.org account.
STEP 3—Complete the Project Signup Form.
STEP 4—Accept the invitation to the Google Group when you receive it.
We will send messages about project information, updates, and FAQs via firstname.lastname@example.org.