Pinedrop creates websites and research tools for scholars in the Arts and Humanities. We support projects at all stages, from conception to implementation. Our portfolio includes the following work.

SHANTI Audio-Video Collections

Research Tool
University of Virginia

Since 2012, Pinedrop has worked with the Sciences, Arts, and Humanities Network of Technological Initiatives at UVa to develop web-based software to present, query, and edit a collection of transcripts in time-alignment with audio and video resources. This open-source software is under active development and is hosted on our GitHub page.

Publications in the History of Science

Publishing Platform
The Institute for Research in Classical Philosophy and Science

The Institute for Research in Classical Philosophy and Science publishes the online journal Aestimatio and the book series Interpretatio. Pinedrop developed the Institute's website in 2012, and now hosts the site and manages its subscription lists, while developing additional features as part of our Drupal-based journal publishing platform.

Endangered Languages Archive

Archiving Platform
School of Oriental and African Studies, London

From 2012 to early 2014, Pinedrop implemented a host of features for the ELAR website, including detailed reporting and statistics, negotiated access to deposits, resource bundle management, and OLAC metadata for improved resource discovery.

Digital Resources for the Study of Quechua

Language Documentation
University of California, Los Angeles

Funded by the UC Consortium on Language Learning and Teaching, Pinedrop created a website based on Roger Andersen's Bolivian Quechua fieldwork, after the UCLA linguist's untimely death in 2008. We plan to update the site soon and to move it to our own servers.

MOISA: International Society for the Study of Greek and Roman Music

Research Tool
MOISA

In this project, Pinedrop customized MOISA's catalog of works on Greek and Roman music, including developing a module adding new functionality to Drupal's biblio module.

Toronto Digital Scholarship Community

Collaboration Network
University of Toronto - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

Digital Scholarship (DISC) was a grassroots online forum for the sharing of news, ideas, and expertise related to all aspects of digital scholarship in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. Pinedrop created this network by customizing the Drupal Commons community platform.