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Digital Scholarship - Online Tools & Resources

What is Digital Scholarship?

Digital scholarship (DS) and digital humanities (DH) are any activities that utilize digital tools and methods to ask and answer scholarly questions. This can include, but is not limited to: visualizing and analyzing textual and historical data, building digital exhibits and collections, and participating in new forms of scholarly collaboration and publishing. Digital scholarship is often interdisciplinary and collaborative, using tools and resources from a variety of disciplines.

If you have questions about digital scholarship, digital humanities, or any of the tools or resources mentioned in this guide, please contact us!

How to use this guide

This guide is intended to be an introduction to just some of the many tools, methods, and resources for digital scholarship and digital humanities across the disciplines. In the navigation menu you will find sections on:

 

  • Online tools and resources, organized by type
  • Links to external tutorials, as well as more in-depth how-tos created by FIU librarians
  • Examples of digital humanities projects, from FIU scholars and beyond
  • A selection of digital humanities literature and journals
  • A list of digital humanities organizations, for engaging beyond the FIU community
  • Some suggested data sources, for use with digital scholarship tools and methods