Category Archives: Resources

Resource: Some Tips for WordPress.com Beginners

By The Editors | October 16, 2014

From the post: I have adapted the following from a longer, slightly different document I created for my Digital Information Technologies and Architectures (DITA) module at #citylis this year. It contains some tips for wordpress.com beginners and perhaps some for more advanced users. Read full post: Some Tips for WordPress.com Beginners  

Resource: American Doctoral Dissertations, 1933-1955

By The Editors | October 9, 2014

American Doctoral Dissertations, 1933-1955 is a free database providing access to the only comprehensive record of dissertations accepted by American universities during that time period, the print index Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities. Containing nearly 100,000 citations, American Doctoral Dissertations, 1933-1955, provides full page images of the original print index, and may be searched […]

Resource: The What, Why and When of Fixity

By The Editors | October 7, 2014

Fixity, the property of a digital file or object being fixed or unchanged, is a cornerstone of digital preservation. Fixity information, from simple file counts or file size values to more precise checksums and cryptographic hashes, is data used to verify whether an object has been altered or degraded. Many in the preservation community know […]

Resource: Annotation Studio 2.0 Released

By The Editors | September 30, 2014

From the announcement: After an exceptionally busy summer, we are thrilled to be able to announce the release of Annotation Studio 2.0.  The new version of Annotation Studio offers the following features: Anchored annotations that correspond to the text currently visible Touch capability so that Annotation Studio can be used on mobile devices Upload of very basic PDF files Slide-in menus with context […]

Resource: Visualizing Publicly Available US Government Data Online

By The Editors | September 23, 2014

From the post: Brightpoint Consulting recently released a small collection of interactive visualizations based on open, publicly available data from the US government. Characterized by a rather organic graphic design style and color palette, each visualization makes a socially and politically relevant dataset easily accessible. Source: Visualizing Publicly Available US Government Data Online

Resource: Avant Garde Project Archive

By The Editors | September 18, 2014

Avant Garde Project is a series of recordings of 20th-century classical, experimental, and electroacoustic music digitized from LPs whose music has in most cases never been released on CD, and so is effectively inaccessible to the vast majority of music listeners today. Find it here.

Resource: Games in the Classroom Reading List

By The Editors | September 16, 2014

Anastasia Salter has compiled a list of recommendations for critical readings on games in the classroom, with an accompanying link to a list of ProfHacker posts on games. Read it here.

Resource: Installing Debian Linux in a Virtual Machine 2014

By The Editors | September 11, 2014

Many digital humanists are probably aware that they could make their research activities faster and more efficient by working at the command line. Many are probably also sympathetic to arguments for open source, open content and open access. Nevertheless, switching to Linux full-time is a big commitment. Virtualization software, like Oracle’s free VirtualBox, allows one […]