Crafting Digital History
Crafting Digital History is an open access workbook aimed at undergraduate students. Students learn digital tools and programming skills to aid their research and professional development. Co-authored with Shawn Graham.
Pembroke Soundscapes Project
The Pembroke Soundscapes Project explores the relationship between sound and memory through the decline of industry in Pembroke, Ontario from the 1950s to the present day. Read about the project in Canada's History Magazine.
Sonifying Dirty Data
Sonifying Dirty Data is a text-to-speech... to-text tool that visualizes how our digital voices become part of our work. Using a hacked Raspberry Pi mini computer and a bit of python programming, the tool visualizes text that has been converted to an image, speech, and back to text.
Sentpletion is a desktop app to aid sentence completion exercises. It is the first in a suite of open access tools to help anyone following Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
75th anniversary of the CFHSS
75th anniversary project of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. Explores the history of the Federation from 1938 to the present day. Synthesized decades of archival material into an interactive digital timelineand physical exhibit.
Capital History is a web app that explores historical Ottawa. Users would visit a location in Ottawa and be provided with historical information on their phone. I created a wireframe and first version of the app.