The taxonomy of digital research activities in the humanities has been developed for use by community-driven sites and projects that aim to structure information relevant to digital humanities and make it more easily discoverable. The taxonomy is expected to be particularly useful to endeavors aiming to collect information on digital humanities tools, methods, projects, or readings. See https://github.com/dhtaxonomy for further information.
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This week’s #TrainingTuesday highlights a resource on Digital Scholarly Editions: Manuscripts, Texts
In fall 2019, Laure Barbot, Quinn Dombrowski, Frank Fischer, Geoffrey Rockwell, and
This week’s #TrainingTuesday highlights a resource on We Should Think More About Learning Environments,
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