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Digital Humanities: Tools

Tools

Tools & Platforms

As users, creators, and critics, digital humanists engage with digital tools in order to experiment, research, teach, play and publish. Below are some of the tools humanists at Northwestern are using—most are free and easy to begin working with. A more comprehensive catalog of digital tools can be found at Alan Liu's DH ToyChest.

 

Organize Your Research

 

Work With Text

 

Create Maps & Visualizations

 

Publish Archives & Web Projects

  • Mukurtu
    Manage digital heritage in culturally relevant and ethically-minded ways | tutorial

     
  • Omeka
    Create collections, exhibits, and digital projects | example

     
  • Reclaim Hosting
    Affordable web-hosting faculty and students own and control

     
  • Scalar
    Author long-form, born-digital, multimodal scholarship | tutorial

     
  • WordPress
    Publishing websites and multimedia projects | access

 

Digital Humanities Librarian

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Josh Honn
Contact:
University Library, 2 East, Suite 2699A
josh.honn@northwestern.edu
(847) 467-4761
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