We help individuals, organizations, and institutions develop digital tools; build databases, teaching websites, and online exhibitions; devise web and social media strategy; produce video; train teachers, faculty, and professionals; and plan workshops and conferences.
Since our founding in 1994, we’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with many individuals, organizations, and institutions on grant-funded projects as well as contract work.
Contact us for a consultation, to begin a partnership, or to inquire about contracting for services.
Collaborating on Grant Applications
Looking for collaborators for a grant proposal? We work with a range of partners to apply collaboratively for funding to create new digital projects, contributing history content creation, design and development of databases, websites, exhibits, and online courses, professional development workshops for teachers and faculty, and collaboration on existing tools or projects.
Ideum, University of Connecticut’s Digital Media CenterOmeka Everywhere (IMLS)
Folger Shakespeare Library and NEHDigital Anthology
Pennsylvania State UniversityZotero Feeds and Institutional Repositories (Andrew W. Mellon Foundation)
American Battle Monuments Commission and National History DayUnderstanding Sacrifice
University of MontrealZotero Altmetrics and Expanded API (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation)
Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Brown University, University of Texas El PasoBracero History Archive (NEH)
Gulag Museum at Perm 36Gulag: Many Days, Many Lives (NEH)
Looking to develop digital tools, build or redesign a website, construct a digital collection or online exhibition, create teaching resources, provide training in the use of digital technologies, plan workshops or conferences, or develop a digital and social media strategy? We can help.
ANA Educational FoundationRace & Ethnicity in Advertising
Bain Attwood (Monash University) & Anne ScrimgeourThe Pilbara Aboriginal Strike
National Park ServiceWar of 1812