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HIST 8885: Theory and Practice of Digital History: Getting Started: Resources

Resources for Historians

History News Network

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Useful Resources

Digital Humanities Centers/Organizations

DiRT Directory

Social Media

Many historical organizations are working to connect with their communities through social media. See below for some (but not all!) examples:

Using Twitter?

See the AHA's blog post, "Five Ways for Historians to Use Twitter" for more ideas!

Twitter is also an excellent way to learn more about digital history/humanities. In addition to @dancohen and @dhnow, start with:

  • @THATCamp: The Humanities and Technology Camp, a growing collection of "unconferences," founded by CHNM
  • @EmoryDiSC: Emory University's Digital Scholarship Commons, based in their library
  • @ProfHacker: Twitter feed for the Chronicle of Higher Education's ProfHacker blog

Using Facebook?

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