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Digital Humanities: Resources

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Jewish Heritage Europe:

Jewish Heritage Europe is an online resource center for communication and information on projects, initiatives and other developments concerning Jewish heritage and Jewish heritage sites. JHE fosters and contacts among Jewish communities, private individuals or bodies, JHE publishes frequent new feeds and newsletter.

 Link: http://jewish-heritage-europe.eu

ULCA Center for Digital Humanities:

ULCA is an online resource based on the Introduction to Digital Humanities course at University of California, Los Angeles that is meant to provide introductory materials useful to students beginning coursework in Digital Humanities. No background knowledge of technology is expected from students, allowing for a user-friendly, self-driven learning experience. The syllabus and lesson plans are provided online, as well as useful in-class exercises.

Link: http://dal.ca.libguides.com/digitalhumanities/help

Summit on Digital Tools for the Humanities:

Four fundamental processes of humanities scholarship were identified which may be dramatically changed by the use of information technology:  Interpretation, Exploration of Resources, Collaboration and Visualization of Time, Space, & Uncertainty.

Link: http://www.iath.virginia.edu/dtsummit/SummitText.pdf

1914-1918-online:

"1914-1918-online" is an International Encyclopedia of the First World War" is an English-language online reference work on World War One. Launched in October 2014, the multi-perspective, public-access encyclopedia is a collaborative project by the largest network of WW1 researchers worldwide, spanning more than 50 countries. 1914-1918-online features innovative navigation and search functions based on semantic wiki technology and will eventually contain more than 1,600 articles.

Link: http://www.1914-1918-online.net

Reports And Projects

Judaica Europeana: An Infrastructure for Aggregating Jewish Content:

This article sums up the work of Judaica Europeana in bringing together European and North American providers of Jewish content, the European Commission initiatives for aggregation of cultural content, and the new Web technologies of Linked Data that are deployed at such digital services platforms as Europeana.eu and the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA).

Link: https://ajlpublishing.org/jl/

#dariahTeach:
#dariahTeach is an open source, multilingual, community-driven platform for high quality teaching and training materials for the digital arts and humanities. Begun in January 2015, the mission of #dariahTeach strategic partnership was to develop teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities and to strengthen alliances and foster innovative teaching and learning practices among members of the ESFRI-roadmap Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) network. #dariahTeach was launched on 23 March 2017 with beta content.

Link: https://teach.dariah.eu

Digital Humanities Centers

CenterNet:

CenterNet is an international network of digital humanities centers formed for cooperative and collaborative action to benefit digital humanities and allied fields in general.

Link: http://dhcenternet.org/?page_id=4

NINES(Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship):

The NINES is a scholarly organization devoted to forging links between the material archive of the nineteenth century and the digital research environment of the twenty-first.

Link: http://www.nines.org/about/

The Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton

The Center for Digital Humanities is an interdisciplinary research center and academic unit within the Princeton University Library.

Link: https://cdh.princeton.edu 

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Tutorials

CUNY Guide to Digital Humanities:

The CUNY Guide is a collaboratively written wiki that focuses on the introduction of  students to Digital Humanities projects and resources. It focuses on generating new introductory content as well as allowing communication between colleagues, instructors, and students regarding materials, methods, and lessons.

Link: https://wiki.commons.gc.cuny.edu

 

Digital Humanities Recourses for Project Building:

An online archive of guides, tools, suggested reading, and examples of technology available to the Digital Humanities. The "Tutorials" section covers a wide range of resources for the beginner to expert user, providing both introductory tutorials as well as tutorials covering specific uses of a variety of programs. The "Examples" section includes projects recently completed in the field of digital humanities that is meant to showcase specific skills, programs, and research.

Link: http://dhresourcesforprojectbuilding.pbworks.com

 

The Programming Historian:

The Programming Historian (ISSN 2397-2068) is an online open-access archive of tutorials that focus on a variety of digital techniques to assist in Humanities research. They have a wide variety of resources available, including lessons on APIs, GIS, Data Management, and Data Manipulation. The lessons do not assume a knowledge of digital resources and technologies and are meant to be a stepping stone towards using other programming tutorials. It is constantly being added and updated.

Link: https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/

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