Hacking the Academy by Daniel J. Cohen; Joseph Thomas Scheinfeldt
Publication Date: 2013-05-13
The Internet Revolution in the Sciences and Humanities by Alan G. Gross; Joseph E. Harmon
Publication Date: 2016-06-07
Interdisciplining Digital Humanities by Julie Thompson Klein
Publication Date: 2015-01-05
Welcome to Digital Scholarship and Digital Humanities at AU Libraries
Welcome to Digital Scholarship and Digital Humanities in AU Libraries
Here you'll find tools, resources, workshops, and more related to Digital Scholarship and Digital Humanities. I invite you to learn more about the support you can find here in AU Libraries, and I'm happy to answer any questions you have.
What is Digital Scholarship?
Digital scholarship uses digital tools, methods, and/or evidence to conduct inquiry or publish findings in pursuit of scholarly and research goals. It encompasses research that involves methods like data visualization, network analysis, text-analytic techniques, GIS/mapping, and data-mining as well as creating digital collections and publishing through digital platforms.
What about Digital Humanities?
Digital Humanities refers specifically to the application of computing or digital techniques to fields of study in the humanities. It includes not only the use of digital tools, resources, and methods, but also analysis of their application through humanistic lenses.
DSIG – Digital Scholarship Interest Group
Digital Scholarship Interest Group
The Digital Scholarship Interest Group (DSIG) is an informal, but lively monthly discussion group for faculty and staff engaged in digital initiatives, projects, and scholarship. Please contact Carrie Hill, Digital Scholarship Librarian (email@example.com) for more information and to be added to the mailing list.