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Digital Humanities Tools and Resources

Use this guide to learn about the field of Digital Humanities, software tools for humanist research, and resources to get started on new projects.



Just as text analysis tools and GIS mapping tools re-define what it means to read texts and create maps, digital humanities publishing tools are changing what it means to create and share scholarly objects and publications. Digital publishing platforms allow users to share artifacts and research to wider audiences, collaborate in new ways, and rethink how libraries, museums, and exhibits should be structured. 



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Caswell, M., & Jules, B. (2017). “Diversifying the digital historical record: Integrating community archives in national strategies for access to digital cultural heritage.” D-Lib Magazine, 23(5/6).

Colavizza, Blanke, T., Jeurgens, C., & Noordegraaf, J. (2022). “Archives and AI: An Overview of Current Debates and Future Perspectives.” Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage, 15(1), 1–15.

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