As digital media, tools, and techniques continue to impact and advance the humanities, Doing More Digital Humanities provides practical information on how to do digital humanities work.
This book offers:
- A comprehensive, practical guide to the digital humanities.
- Accessible introductions, which in turn provide the grounding for the more advanced chapters within the book.
- An overview of core competencies, to help research teams, administrators, and allied groups, make informed decisions about suitable collaborators, skills development, and workflow.
- Guidance for individuals, collaborative teams, and academic managers who support digital humanities researchers.
- Contextualized case studies, including examples of projects, tools, centres, labs, and research clusters.
- Resources for starting digital humanities projects, including links to further readings, training materials and exercises, and resources beyond.
- Additional augmented content that complements the guidance and case studies in Doing Digital Humanities (Routledge, 2016).
Table of Contents
Part 1: Sustaining and Growing
Part 2: Making
Part 3: Learning
Constance Crompton is Canada Research Chair in Digital Humanities and Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Ottawa.
Richard J. Lane is Professor of English at Vancouver Island University and Principle Investigator for the MeTA Digital Humanities Lab.
Ray Siemens is Distinguished Professor in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Victoria, in English and Computer Science.