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).
A collection of resources.
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. Laura Bassi, a noted 18th-century Italian scientist, left behind 6,000 pages of intriguing documents that describe her life and work.
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).
The purpose of this cookbook is to document and discuss the use of RDF in digital humanities. Its focus is specific applications as found in the real world, though a few general principles are suggested. It assumes that you’re vaguely comfortable with RDF and RDFa.
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.
DHCommons is a hub for people and organizations to find projects to work with, and for projects to find collaborators.
Zone 1 provides an easy-to-use first line of preservation service for use by anyone at Harvard for any digital content.