Digital Mappa 2.0 is an open-source DH platform for open-access workspaces, projects, collaborations, and scholarly publications
The premise of Digital Mappa is simple: if you have a collection of digital images and texts, then you should be able to develop a project where you can identify specific moments on these images and texts, annotate them as much as you want, link them together, generate searchable content, collaborate with your peers, and publish your work online for others to see and share. Visit the Digital Mappa project page to learn more.
DM2 was developed under the direction of Martin Foys and his team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Dot Porter at the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies. Funding was provided through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and through funding from UW Madison. DM2 design was inspired by the DM project (https://github.com/performant-software/DM) developed originally at Drew University by Martin Foys and others.