Tools & Methods
From CUNY Academic Commons
- See the Digital Research Tools (DiRT) database, now in beta as an initiative of Project Bamboo; a directory of tools organized by research activity, with reviews – very rich, highly recommended. Create an account to contribute content.
- See also the Tools section of arts-humanities.net.
- For a great shorter list, see under "Recommended Free or Open Source Tools" in the resources section of The University of Victoria's "Digital Humanities 150" course website.
- And the University of California Santa Barbara English Department has a Toy Chest of tools suitable for users with no programming experience.
Readers, please help us build out this section by recommending particular tools and methods that you have found useful, by discipline/problem domain. For instance:
- Cornelius Puschmann's slideshow "Visualization in the Digital Humanities"
- Concordia University, Canada's "Oral Historian's Digital Toolbox"
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