Estonian Digital Humanities Aº 2014

Infotechnological innovation in humanities research and education

Project Synopses


Anu Lepp Application of IT solutions in paper history research on the example of watermark databases

Mari Sarv

Raivo Kelomees The 1990s’ rescue mission of the multimedia of artists: possibilities of digital conservation and archiving

Maive Mürk

Vahur Puik

Mare Kõiva, Andres Kuperjanov Academic open-access journals: where to next?

Marin Laak, Marju Mikkel Cooperation project of Estonian high literature digitization

Ülo Treikelder TEELE or ‘Tartu in Fiction’: Database of Tartu Public Library

Kaisa Kulasalu Interactive map of the memoryscapes of national parks

Hembo Pagi RTI: Reflectance Transformation Imaging

The publication was compiled and edited by: Kaisa Kulasalu, Mari Sarv

English translations: Kait Tamm
Language editor: Kadri Tamm

The compiling and editing of the publication was enabled by the support for the research collections
and the institutional research funding IUT 22-4 provided to the Estonian Folklore Archives of Estonian Literary Museum
by the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research.

Translations were financed by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.


ELM Scholarly Press
Copyright: the authors, 2015