Skip to main content
Library Research Guides

Digital Humanities

Introduction to tools and projects in the field of digital humanities.

Publishing

There are many options for publishing your work. Factors to consider are what you want the final product to look like and how you want it to be accessed. 

Contact Michigan Publishing staff for more information and to discuss different publishing avenues.

WordPress

WordPress: Blogs can be a great way to generate interest in the final product, and sometimes they can be the final product. While there are many blogging and “content management systems” out there, WordPress is easy to use and customize. Much like Omeka, WordPress can be hosted on your own site or at WordPress.com.

Omeka

Omeka: a web-publishing platform that allows you to display visual, archival, and textual material in a number of formats. As its developers write, it “makes launching an online exhibition as easy as launching a blog.” Omeka was developed by George Mason University’s Center for History and New Media—a lab that has a proven track record for developing robust tools for research and teaching. They also offer a fee-based hosting service at www.omeka.net.

Other Tools