My name is Jason Heppler, and I am the Digital Engagement Librarian and Assistant Professor of History at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. You can get in touch with me at
firstname.lastname@example.org. This is my open research notebook which contains notes of my ongoing research projects. The best places to start are:
- Recent activity: listing the most recent additions to the notebook
- All pages: see all pages in the notebook alphabetically
Also, check out the project tabs along the lefthand side. You can follow my Zotero library for recent items, and I also maintain GitHub repositories for other work related to my research and scholarship.
Cody and the Progressive Wild West
- A digital history project studying William F. Cody and the Progressive ideals that influenced his views of Native Americans performing in his Wild West exhibitions.
Machines in the Valley
- A running log of my thoughts on my book manuscript.
Visualization in the Humanities
- In what ways can historians take advantage of visualization techniques in the presentation and communication of historical arguments?
- A computational and spatial analysis of radical environmentalism.
- In what ways can spatial history benefit from the use of computation and visualization?
Silicon Valley Historical
- A public history project built upon Curatescape.
- hepplerj pushed to master at hepplerj/notebook: General updates and tweaks to the site. Fixed Github listing. 08:42 2017/04/25
- hepplerj pushed to master at hepplerj/midwest-map-population: Removing RDS files. Merge branch 'master' of github.com:hepplerj/midwest-map 02:43 2017/04/25
- hepplerj merged pull request hepplerj/midwest-map-population#1: Adding percentage calculations where possible. 02:32 2017/04/25
- hepplerj opened pull request hepplerj/midwest-map-population#1: Adding percentage calculations where possible. 02:31 2017/04/25
- hepplerj starred markriedl/WikiPlots: 08:29 2017/04/21
- hepplerj starred boxuancui/DataExplorer: 08:25 2017/04/21