Last modified: February 08 2015 16:45:05.

About the open EdX Annotation tool project

The open Edx Annotation tool project is an interdisciplinary initiative supported and executed in collaboration between HarvardX, the Center for Hellenic Studies at Harvard, Office of Scholarly Communications (Harvard University Library), the Berkman Center for internet and society and the Center for Mind Informatics, Massachusetts General Hospital. The project has also received support by a research fellow grant from the Becas Talentia program from the Junta de Andalusia, Spain.

 

The Team:
Philip Desenne, Application Design and Project/Product Manager -- Instructional Technologist for Annotation; CHS Fellow in Instructional Technologies, Harvard University
Paolo Ciccarese, Lead Annotation Framework Architect -- Assistant Professor of Neurology (Medical Informatics), Harvard Medical School, Harvard University. Senior Information Scientist Massachusetts General Hospital Biomedical Informatics Core, Boston, USA.
Luis Duarte -- Lead Front-end Application Developer and edX Platform Integration, HarvardX, Harvard University
Daniel Cebrian Robles -- Application Developer and Digital Humanities Research Fellow for the Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University.
Justin Miranda -- Lead Backend Developer and Database Architect
Rashmi Singhal -- Senior Software Engineer, HarvardX, Harvard University

Project Advisors:
Gregory Nagy -- Francis Jones Professor of Classical Greek Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature and Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University
Lenny Muellner -- Professor of Classical Studies, Brandeis University, Chief Information Officer, Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University
Jeff Emanuel -- Senior Fellow, HarvardX, Harvard University

The project also relies on various open source communities and would not be possible without their ongoing support, here is a list of the groups supporting the open source technologies that the project relies on: