AudiAnnotate is a project to publish and share annotations on audio files using IIIF and GitHub Pages.
- AudiAnnotate Application
- Getting Started: Workflow Documentation and Demonstration Videos
- Classroom QuickStart Guide for teaching with AudiAnnotate
Call for Projects
- Anne Sexton, Sweetbriar College, 1966, annotations and transcription by Tanya Clement
- Improving Gentle Transcription Using SENT Metadata Structure, from SpokenWeb, annotations by Kylie Warkentin
- Zora Neale Hurston’s WPA field recordings in Jacksonville, FL (1939), annotations and transcription by Tanya Clement
- Example audio manifest created by Bethany Radcliff
- BWFMetaEdit example from “My dear mother, don’t you cry; Soldier’s lament; Bandit song at the Library of Congress
- Oral history example “Oral Histories and the Pocket Desert” by Rachel Pickard
- Podcast example “The Last Archive Annotations” by Ali Gunnells
- Aviary Edition: The Virtual Poem Embodied on Screen, annotations by Zoe Bursztajn-Illingworth
- A Digital Florilegium, annotations and digital edition by Luke Sumpter
- Camille, annotations by Janet Reinschmidt
- Furious Flower Poetry Center Transcriptions, annotations and transcriptions by Evan Sizemore
- The Kindergarten Teacher, annotations by Zoe Bursztajn-Illingworth
In the Classroom
- Lesson Plans and Introductory Resources
- Example Project: Example Sensitive Audio Lesson: John Beecher, McComb “Criminal Syndicalism” Case, from the Harry Ransom Center’s John Beecher Sound Recordings Collection, annotations and transcription by Kylie Warkentin and Bethany Radcliff
- AudiAnnotate Guide to Annotating Film and Video Using Terminology Standard to Film Criticism and Production by Zoe Bursztajn-Illingworth and Janet Reinschmidt
- List of Audio Annotation Standards and Frameworks compiled by Bethany Radcliff and Kylie Warkentin
- IIIF Resources and Examples
- Transcription Guidelines
- Virtual Workshop
- American Council of Learned Societies
- Mellon Foundation
- Wintermeier, Trent. “Introduction to Annotating Audio and Video with AudiAnnotate,” University of Texas Libraries Digital Humanities Workshop Series, University of Texas, Austin, 10 March 2023.
- Bursztajn-Illingworth, Zoe and Clement, Tanya. “AudiAnnotate Collaborative Listening Workshop,” Sponsored by the Woodberry Poetry Room and the Sound Studies Lab, Harvard University, 27 February 2023.
- Voss, Kayleigh. “AudiAnnotate Extensible Workflow for Sharing Annotated AV Using IIIF IIIF Workshops,” Virtual Presentation, June 2022.
- Voss, Kayleigh. “Creating New Projects with AudiAnnotate,” The SpokenWeb Sound Institute (SSI), Concordia University, Montréal, Canada. May 2022.
- Sizemore, E. and Clement, T. “Introduction to AudiAnnotate: A Tool for Transcribing and Annotating Audiovisual Content,” James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States. 4 April 2022.
- Voss, Kayleigh. “Annotating Audio and Video with AudiAnnotate” Digital Humanities Workshops @PCL, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin. April 2022.
- Clement, T., Brumfield, B., Brumfield, S., Radcliff, B., Warkentin, K., AudiAnnotate Workshop, virtual version, Digital Humanities Conference, Ottowa, CA, July 2020.
- Radcliff, B and Warkentin, K. AudiAnnotate Workshop. SpokenWeb Consortium Virtual Workshops Thursday, May 28, 2020 12-2pm CST
- AudiAnnotate Workshop, Texas Conference on Digital Libraries, May 2020.
- AudiAnnotate Text Annotation Workshop, Harry Ransom Center, November 2019.
- “Digital Audio Archives Workshop,” Historical Poetics Now Conference. University of Texas, Austin. November 2019.