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Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities by
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Publication Date: 2012
Collaboration within digital humanities is both a pertinent and a pressing topic as the traditional mode of the humanist, working alone in his or her study, is supplemented by explicitly co-operative, interdependent and collaborative research. This book, which celebrates the contributions of Harold Short to this field, presents fourteen essays by leading authors in the digital humanities. It addresses several issues of collaboration, from the multiple perspectives of institutions, projects and individual researchers.
Digital Humanities Journals
Digital Studies / Le champ numérique
Emphasizes emerging digital humanities methodology and its application, the engagement of that work in pertinent disciplinary contexts, and multilinguality and complementarity with other ADHO publications.
DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly
An open-access, peer-reviewed, digital journal covering all aspects of digital media in the humanities. DHQ seeks to provide a forum where practitioners, theorists, researchers, and teachers in the field of digital humanities can share their work with each other and with those from related disciplines.
Library of Congress Magazine
Not strictly limited to digital resources, the LCM magazine is published bimonthly to tell the Library of Congress' stories and to share and promote the use of its many resources.
Digital Humanities, Humanities 2.0
How Librarians and Faculty Use Digital Humanities
Eberhardt, George M. "How Librarians and Faculty Use Digital Humanities." American Libraries Direct 3 Mar. 2016. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.
The Digital Humanities Are Alive and Well and Blooming: Now What?
Maron, Nancy L. "The Digital Humanities Are Alive and Well and Blooming: Now What?" EDUCAUSE Review 50.5 (Sept./Oct. 2015).
Keeping Up With...Digital Humanities
Adams, Jennifer L., and Kevin B. Gunn. “Keeping Up With...Digital Humanities.” Apr. 2013. Web. 25 June 2013.
Humanities 2.0: Promise, Perils, Predictions
Davidson, Cathy N. "Humanities 2.0: Promise, Perils, Predictions." PMLA 123.3 (May 2008): 707–17.
Does Every Research Library Need a Digital Humanities Center?
Schaffner, Jennifer, and Ricky Erway. 2014. Does Every Research Library Need a Digital Humanities Center? Dublin, OH: OCLC Research. Web. 17 Mar. 2015.
Women's History in the Digital World
Potter, Claire Bond. "Putting the Humanities in Action: Why We Are All Digital Humanists, and Why That Needs to Be a Feminist Project." Women's History in the Digital World
. Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA. 21 May 2015. Web. 28 May 2015. Part of the 2nd conference of the Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Education.
Digital Humanities: Where to Start?
Adams, Jennifer L. and Kevin B. Gunn. "Digital Humanities: Where to Start?" College & Research Libraries News 73.9 (Oct. 2012): 536-69. Web. 3 Feb. 2016.
Brings together a portion of this vast collection that has been digitized under a single user interface which supports fast user-friendly viewing of high resolution images.
A project of the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries to explore creativity and collaboration across disciplinary boundaries in the arena of public humanities and cultural memory.
Digital Liberal Arts (DLA)
A Mellon-funded initiative to foster digital scholarship and collaboration at Middlebury College.
Digital Tools for Textual Analysis