Excellent resource. Thanks to Mark “The site continues to expand on a nearly daily basis: I have added 52 entries since it was first published, and it now includes 171 entries in total (although a handful of these are repeated in multiple sections of the site). They are distributed according to the following categories:
Digital Humanities – General -19 entries
DH & Literary Studies – 31 entries
DH & History – 10 entries
Pedagogy & Technology – 31 entries
Digital Tools – 41 entries
Text Encoding Initiative – 19 entries
Content Management Systems – 4 entries
Learning Management Systems – 4 entries
Discussion Groups – 3 entries
Organizations – 9 entries
The Digital Humanities is a huge and sprawling field. It encompasses within its “big tent” a diverse range of disciplines, subdisciplines, theories, and practices, ranging from text encoding to text mining and employing technology for pedagogy.
It has also spawned an enormous variety of tools, manuals, guides, theoretical discussions, discussion groups, organizations, and open access journals.
A little more than a month ago, I published, on the web site for the Research Group for Electronic Textuality and Theory in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Western University, a resource list of online materials to assist those finding their way through the maze of approaches and tools in the Digital Humanities. “Digital Humanities: A Resource List” was also compiled for my…
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