Category: Resources

Resource: Guide to Evagrius Ponticus

The inaugural edition of the Guide to Evagrius Ponticus, a digital-only, peer-reviewed reference work about the fourth-century monastic theologian, has been released. Updated quarterly, it provides definitive, integrated lists of Evagrius’s works, of editions and translations of those works, and of studies related to his life and thought. The Guide also includes a sourcebook of key ancient testimonies to Evagrius and his reception, in English translation, as well as a checklist of images from the ancient world.

Resource: Digital Preservation Outreach & Education

DPOE – Digital Preservation (Library of Congress).

Training Opportunities

The Library of Congress provides this calendar as a public service to help people access training in the practice of digital preservation. Providers have been asked to designate their educational offerings by level (beginner, intermediate, or advanced) and intended audience (executive, managerial, or practical).


Resource: Digital Humanities Resources, Part 1: Organizations and Coding

Digital Humanities Resources, Part 1: Organizations and Coding | Inside Higher Ed.
By Lee Bessette

Back in 2011 (you know, last month), I stated that I wanted to become a digital humanist (if that’s what it can be called). Over the past month, I’ve collected a number of resources in order to try and make this a reality. As just about everything I do professionally now, I’m sharing them with you.



Resource: First female professor’s archive goes digital – First female professor’s archive goes digital.

Laura Bassi, a noted 18th-century Italian scientist, left behind 6,000 pages of intriguing documents that describe her life and work. They now rest in the archives of the principal municipal library in Bologna, Italy, safe but not accessible to the world at large.

That is about to change.

Stanford University has teamed up with the Bologna library and the Istituto per i beni culturali della Regione Emilia-Romagna to scan Bassi’s archives and make them easily accessible online later this year.

Resource: Information Technology and Libraries to go open access

Information Technology and Libraries to go open access.

LITA is pleased to announce that Information Technology and Libraries (ITAL) will become an open-access, electronic-only publication, beginning with the March 2012 issue (volume 31, issue 1). This change will help ensure the long-term viability of the journal by making it more accessible, more current, more relevant, and more environmentally friendly. ITAL will continue to feature high-quality articles that have undergone a rigorous peer-review process, but it will also begin expanding content to include more case studies, commentary, and information about topics and trends of interest to the LITA community and beyond. In addition to making new content openly available beginning in March, the complete electronic archive of ITAL and its predecessor, Journal of Library Automation (JOLA), will be made available online.

Resource: Documenting Digital History Project

This section contains a directory of digital historians, guidelines for evaluating digital scholarship, an index of digital scholarship, information on the National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Humanities Start-up Grant, Digital History project reviews, and new media tool reviews.