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An introduction to tools and projects in the field of digital humanities.
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What is Digital Humanities?

Digital humanities seeks to bring new technological tools and methods to the teaching, research, and creative work of traditional humanities disciplines. Digital humanists also seek to utilize traditional humanistic tools to analyze new digital media.

This guide provides a basic introduction to finding digital humanities tools, communities, and support.

Introductory Reading on Digital Humanities

Bamboo DiRT

There are a selection of digital research tools in this guide under each of the project-based tabs. However, there are many, many more tools out there beyond our suggestions--check out the DiRT page to explore the options!

  • Bamboo DiRT
    Project Bamboo's Digital Research Tools (DiRT) site is a collection of user-submitted digital research tools. You can search for or browse for tools based on the type of research you're conducting: text analysis, data collection, information visualization, etc.


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