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Digital Humanities Tools

Welcome

This course guide was initially created to support students developing their first digital humanities projects in English 230: Survey of 18th Century British Literature. If you're interested in starting your own digital humanities project, please note that there are many more tools than those listed below. We hope that this list gets you started. Please contact Marissa Mourer, Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Librarian, if you have suggestions for this page. Edits are encouraged!

List of Available Tools

Web Publishing

 

Collaboration

 

Finding Text 

  *For international primary sources, try this Primary Source Portal

 

Finding Images

 

Creating Videos

 *Be sure to caption any videos that you create. 

 

Mapping

 

Charts & Graphs  

 

Digital Storytelling/Game Creation

 

Timelines

 

Text Extraction & Analysis

 

Bibliographic Management

 

Links to Additional Tools

Research Help

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