This is the "DIGITAL HUMANITIES @ Claremont" page of the "Digital Humanities" guide.
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Digital Humanities   Tags: digital_humanities, digital_library, digital_scholarship  

Digital research and teaching across arts and humanities disciplines, drawing together humanists engaged in digital and computer-assisted research, teaching, creation, and dissemination. Thanks to Brian Rosenblum at U of Kansas for much of this content
Last Updated: Feb 6, 2015 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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Do You Do DH? Please send response to questions in email

  1. Which college or university?
  2. Your area of study/research?
  3. Do you consider yourself a Digital Humanist?   
  4. If no, what Digital Humanities methodologies do you use?   
  5. What are some of the outputs or results of your scholarship?   
  6. Where do your results live?   
  7. What tools and/or resources do you use?   
  8. What support, tools, and/or resources do you get from your campuses?   
  9. What support, tools, and/or resources do you wish were available to you?   
  10. Do you wish you could have different kinds of results or outputs? And if so, what would they be?   
  11. What do you feel is holding you back?   
  12. If you do group work, with whom do you collaborate?
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