POST: Getting Digital Humanities Done: Schedule, Software, Etc. for a Digital Dissertation

Amanda Visconti (University of Maryland) has written a post that sheds light on how a research developer works “on a daily basis.” Visconti describes the elements that comprise her physical and digital work environments.

Similar to the productivity interviews at The Setup, Visconti says, “I’ll describe the workplace set-up, schedule, and software that help me make progress on my Infinite Ulysses project, with the hope of hearing more from others about the day-to-day environment and behavior that produces their digital humanities work.”

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