arts-humanities.net – Another key resource for the digital humanities, with links to many projects searchable via ‘methods’ and ‘tools’. There are many connections with what we are doing, and it is well worth checking out in more detail.
This, from the website, gives some idea of the breadth of what it covers:
* Communication and collaboration
Ways of working with your fellow researchers, both locally and at a distance, such as video conferencing or sharing electronic documents.
* Data analysis
Extraction of information, knowledge or meaning from a digital resource, using techniques such as searching and querying or feature measurement.
* Data capture
Converting analogue information into raw digital data (“digitisation”). Examples include the recognition of printed text, geophysical surveying or digital photography.
* Data publishing and dissemination
Presentation and dissemination / communication of results and findings, using techniques such as desktop publishing or website design.
* Data structuring and enhancement
Organising data captured from one or various sources into a uniform structure (such as a database), or augmenting digital information (e.g. enhancing a digital image).
* Practice-led research
Practice-led research techniques used for creating digital content such as illustrations, photographs, musical compositions or animations.
* Strategy and project management
The planning, organisation and monitoring of ICT-based projects, focusing upon issues such as data security, risk analysis and system usability.