Oral History Transcription Workflow
· ☕ 14 min read · ✍️ Mark A. McFate
Digital.Grinnell features a fair number of transcribed digital oral histories. Most are interviews conducted with Grinnelleans as they return to campus annualy for alumni Reunion or Grinnell’s Multicultural Reunion. What follows is largely sharable “public” content lifted from a “private” GitHub repository at https://github.

How to Work with Git
· ☕ 5 min read · ✍️ Mark A. McFate
Credits: This document is an abstraction of some fine documentation authored and posted by my ICG colleague and friend, David Keiser-Clark. ICG Git Workflow: How to work with Git The examples in this document use my work with the Islandora Collaboration Group’s (ICG) ISLE-Drupal-Build-Tools repository, as well as my fork and local clone of that repository.

Digital.Grinnell's IMI Workflow
· ☕ 5 min read · ✍️ Mark A. McFate
Note: The abbreviation IMI is used frequently in this post to represent the Islandora Multi-Importer, a CSV-file-driven batch ingest tool used by numerous institutions in the Islandora community. Also, while updating this post I found this gem… Diagrams in Documentation (Markdown Guide).