Libraries and games – a paradigm shift

A couple of weeks back we helped the Ulwazi Programme put on a display for a Library Week event held for eThekwini Municipality schoolchildren.  As part of the display, we had a big-screen TV playing oral history interviews we had done over the past few years, as well as a few computers where the schoolchildren […]

Literary videos online

As part of the relaunch of the KZN Literary Tourism website, we digitised a number of literary documentaries that had been produced by the project.  These are available through the website (under the Podcast tab) and also on the video-sharing website Video, where we have set up a dedicated KZN Literary Tourism channel at https://vimeo.com/channels/kznliterarytourism. […]

Transformation Open Journal System

Working with the journal Transformation, we recently set up an Open Journal System (OJS) website – a journal management and publishing system that has been developed by the Public Knowledge Project.  Through the OJS website, we’ve made available all 73 back issues of the journal, digitized with assistance from DISA. OJS is pretty great software with […]

Alternation Journal Digital Archive

We recently helped Alternation Journal make available back copies of their journal online.  Alternation is an international journal which publishes interdisciplinary contributions in the fields of the Arts and Humanities in Southern Africa. They wanted a website with a simple content-management system so that journal editors could manage the database themselves, so we went with […]