Making Connections: Finding a Content Management Solution for an International Digital Humanities Research Project

The Illinois and French university members of the digital humanities project, Corr-Proust, (“Corr” shorthand for “correspondence”),  are tasked with transcribing and digitizing 6,000 original letters to and from Marcel Proust, a French novelist and critic whose writings and letters range from the late 19th century through Proust’s death in 1922.

Through the collaborative help of the consulting resources at Scholarly Commons, Research IT, and Field Consulting, the Corr-Proust project research team built a low-code, low-cost, personalized content management interface that allowed them to focus on their research rather than their workflow.

To learn more about this cross-campus effort to provide IT solutions for research, read Making Connections on the Research IT Portal.