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An international professional association that brings together major Digital Humanities organizations from Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. ADHO promotes teaching and research and publishes several journals, including DSH and DHQ.
"An informal association of educational and cultural institutions in New England committed to the collaborative development of teaching, learning, and scholarship in the digital humanities and computational social sciences." A resource for news and tools related to Digital Humanities in the New England area.
The DLF supports teaching and research using digital libraries. "DLF serves its parent organization, the Council on Library and Information Resources, as the place where CLIR’s broader information-community strategies are informed and enriched by digital library practice."
An organization that brings together the entire spectrum of disciplines that research, develop, and apply digital humanities methods and technology. EADH is the European member of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO).
"HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) is an interdisciplinary community of humanists, artists, social scientists, scientists, and technologists changing the way we teach and learn." The HASTAC community shares news, tools, and resources related to teaching in the Digital Humanities.
Syndicates in real-time 100 English language Digital Humanities blogs and related sites from around the world. The site authors represent the geographical, disciplinary, and institutional diversity of computing within the humanities.
Website of the Director of Libraries at Northeastern University. Cohen is a historian whose scholarship focuses on digital media and technology and is the founding Executive Director of the Digital Public Library of America.
A venue to discuss the intersection of Digital Humanities and Libraries. Contributors include librarians, archivists, graduate students, and other information professionals working in the Digital Humanities.
DHNow selects recent blog posts from hundreds of scholarly resources, including the personal websites of major Digital Humanities scholars and the websites of universities and cultural institutions. Its editors aggregate and curate "gray literature," i.e., works in progress, lecture materials, and other scholarship that has not (yet) been published in a book or peer reviewed journal.