Miriam Posner has crafted a useful introduction to some exemplary digital humanities projects, outlining the tools and technology used to create each and giving helpful pointers to resources for getting started with them. She writes:
Many students tell me that in order to get started with digital humanities, they’d like to have some idea of what they might do and what technical skills they might need in order to do it. Here’s a set of digital humanities projects that might help you to get a handle on the kinds of tools and technologies available for you to use.
The post was created as part of UCLA’s Digital Humanities Bootcamp, a 2-day workshop for graduate students that took place on Aug. 28th and 29th (see also #dhbootcamp).
This post was produced through a cooperation between Caitlin Christian-Lamb, Lauren Gottlieb-Miller, Nat Gustafson-Sundell, and Chella Vaidyanathan (Editors-at-Large for the week), Roxanne Shirazi (Editor for the week), and Zach Coble, Caro Pinto and Sarah Potvin (dh+lib Review Editors).