Map of London: Technical Assistants
Programmer at the University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre, who maintained the Map of London project between 2006 and 2011. Stewart was a co-applicant on the SSHRC Insight Grant for 2012–2016.
Contract programmer at the University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre, who created the first version of the multi-layered map (the "experimental map"), based on his image markup and presentation application in 2006.
Encoder, research assistant, and copy editor, 2012–13. Cameron completed his undergraduate honours degree in English at the University of Victoria in 2013. He minored in French and has a keen interest in Shakespeare, film, media studies, and popular culture. He is also passionate about en dashes, em dashes, Canadian spelling, down style capitalization, and the Oxford comma.
Mike is a graduate of the University of Victoria in anthropology and computer science. During his contract with the Humanities Computing and Media Centre in the mid-2000s, he co-developed the TEI encoding guidelines for The Map of Early Modern London with Eric Haswell, redesigned the look of the site, and created the application framework and the database interface using PHP, interfaced with an early version of the eXist XML database. Since working on MoEML, he has contributed to various encoding projects for the Humanities Computing and Media Centre as well as for the electronic textual cultures lab at the University of Victoria. He has continued his career in information technology and is currently the technology administrator for the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.
Eric collaborated with Mike Elkink on the creation of the initial schema and encoding guidelines for The Map of Early Modern London.
|Martin D. Holmes||(b. 5 August 1959)
Programmer at the University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre who worked on porting the MOL project from its original PHP incarnation to a pure eXist database implementation in the fall of 2011. Co-applicant on the SSHRC Insight Grant for 2012–16.
|Greg Newton||(b. 4 December 1966)
Programmer at the University of Humanities Computing and Media Centre who worked on graphics and layout for the site in the fall of 2011.
Encoder, 2010. At the time of his work with MoEML, Liam was a fourth-year honours English student at the University of Victoria. He now works at MetaLab.
This project is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
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