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Digital Humanities Now Tools – Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative DH ToolkitsScalarA free, open source authoring and publishing platform that’s designed to make it easy for authors to write long-form, born-digital scholarship online. Scalar enables users to assemble media from multiple sources and juxtapose them with their own writing in a variety of ways, with minimal technical expertise required.OmekaA project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, Omeka is a free, flexible, and open source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions. Omeka’s Showcase includes projects powered by Omeka. 1 Pings/Trackbacks for "Tools"

Humanidades Digitais | Grupo de Pesquisas | Universidade de São Paulo WorldMap Harvard TimeMapper Can I make a timemap anonymously? Yes! You do not need an account to create a timemap - they can be created anonymously and will have all the same features and shareability of normal timemaps. However, there are some benefits of creating an account and creating your timemap whilst logged in: You'll get a nice URL for your timemap at /your-username/a-name-you-choose-for-your-timemap All of your timemaps will be nicely listed at /your-username As you'll be identified as the owner you'll be able to re-configure (or delete) your timemap later If you do want an account, signup is very easy – it takes just 15 seconds, is very secure, and uses your Twitter account (no need to think up a new username and password!). "Publish" 1. Go to File Menu in your spreadsheet, then 'Publish to the Web', then click 'Start Publishing'. What URL do I use to connect my spreadsheet? Use the URL you get by clicking your spreadsheet's Share button and copying the Link to share box. Not all fields are required.

DH Press | Digital Humanities Toolkit Basics of Mapping for the Digital Humanities – IDRE Sandbox To start, navigate to this page via the URL below: “What is a map? What is in a map? In the Humanities, mapping can be defined in so many different ways, there is no easy answer to these questions. “Everything is related to everything else, but near things are more related than distant things.” Waldo Tobler’s statement defines his first law of geography, in ways stating the obvious correlation between objects in space, paving the foundation behind spatial dependencies. As mentioned at the top of the syllabus for this course, space and time are dimensions that are forever intertwined due to their ontological nature. Minard The representation of 3 dimensional space onto a flat, 2 dimensional platform–a map–brings with it many challenges and compromises (e.g. projection systems). Hans Hypercities I turn off Google Maps and start to drive. Google Earth Timeline JS CartoDB VisJS [full screen] Now you can geocode it:

toychest [licensed for non-commercial use only] / FrontPage "Toy Chest" collects online or downloadable software tools and thinking toys that humanities students and others without programming skills (but with basic computer and Internet literacy) can use to create interesting projects. Most of the tools gathered here are free or relatively inexpensive (exceptions: items that are expensive but can be used on a free trial basis). Also on this site are "paradigms"--books, essays, digital projects, etc.--that illustrate the kinds of humanities projects that these thinking tools/toys might help create. A star indicates tools that combine power (advanced, multiple, or flexible features) with ease of use. This site is kept by Alan Liu for his "Literature+" digital humanities courses (recent examples of course: undergraduate | graduate).

dhresourcesforprojectbuilding [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Digital Humanities Tools Guides to Digital Humanities | Tutorials | Tools | Examples | Data Collections & Datasets Online or downloadable tools that are free, free to students, or have generous trial periods without tight usage constraints, watermarks, or other spoilers. Bias toward tools that can be run online or installed on a personal computer without needing an institutional server. (Also see Other Tool Lists) Note about organization: At present, these tools are organized in an improvised scheme of categories. For the most deliberate and comprehensive taxonomy of digital-humanities activities, objects, and techniques currently available, see TaDiRAH. = Currently a tool that is prevalent, canonical, or has "buzz" in the digital humanities community. = Other tools with high power or general application Audio Tools (see Audio Editing Tutorials)Audiotool (free, web-based application for electronic music production; meant to serve as a fully functioning virtual studio.

Digital Scholarship Unit Abstracts, American University of Paris, March 2017 – David Joseph Wrisley Abstracts David Joseph Wrisley @DJWrisleyAmerican University of Paris 16-17 March 2017 Lecture: “Digital Project-Based Scholarship and Pedagogy in the Liberal Arts Institution” Thursday, March 16, 2017, 1530-1700, Combes 102 My talk focuses on the genre of the digital project and its potential for scholarly and pedagogical reflection in the liberal arts institution. Hands-on session: “Toolkit or Toychest? This hands on session will put into practice some of the ideas laid forth in Thursday’s lecture. Helpful, but not necessary, preparations for the workshop: Make accounts at TypeWright,, Google (if you have a gmail it is enough), Carto. Additional Reading: Bilansky “TypeWright: An Experiment in Participatory Curation” Doueihi, Pour un humanisme numérique Dumouchel, “Les Humanités Numériques: une nouvelle discipline universitaire?”

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