OpenJoyce was inspired by Great Writers Inspire, and was designed to create Open Education resources around James Joyce. All resources on the site are Creative Commons licensed where possible
You can see all the resources on
openjoyce.com, but here are some specific links to try
http://openjoyce.com/sites/ – The OpenJoyce community site, created in BuddyPress and WordPress
The OpenJoyce WordPress theme
http://openjoyce.com/sites/opening-ulysses/ – The Opening Ulysses MOOC (developed by Elizabeth Switaj), set up as a educational game on WordPress using a WordPress theme I developed
http://openjoyce.com/sites/childrensoup/ – A series of visualisations hosted on a WordPress site using a WordPress theme I developed. A handy digital humanities resource.
http://openjoyce.com/sites/opendata/ – Some Joycean Open Data hosted on a WordPress site using a WordPress theme I developed. Another handy digital humanities resource.
A series of interactive http://www.openjoyce.com/visualisations/ visualisations I developed using open data and PHP.
http://www.openjoyce.com/cento/ A cento is a poem made from lines taken from existing texts. This tool allows you to create a poem from Joyce’s work
http://www.openjoyce.com/volta/ This tool allows you to create a small animated gif taken Creative Commons pictures from the Flickr API. It uses the same PHP system as used for Philosofilmy. It maintains licensing information with each picture
http://www.openjoyce.com/source_tool/ Strandentwiner is another digital humanities tool – it allows you to search Joyce’s work for words and phrases, useful for possibly finding works Joyce may refer to, or borrow from during his writing. This tool was the basis of the HumaBird project
http://www.openjoyce.com/faceprint/ A simple PHP tool to make a unique visualisation of Joyce’s face mapped to his portrait by Djuna Barnes
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