A registry of web tools for digital humanists and scholars conducting digital research. Find and compare resources on:
An eclectic selection of guides, tutorials, tools and data, curated by a leading scholar in Digital Humanities, and all of which are free or have generous trial periods.
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Being a highly collaborative field, the Digital Humanities community pays particular attention to the ethics of cross-boundary research, and abides by the Montreal Statement on Research Integrity in Cross-Boundary Research Collaborations, which defines responsibilities for individual partners in collaborative research, in order to ensure ethical and fair cooperation, transparency and accountability in all aspects of research.
Recent DH-related conferences have reflected particularly on efforts to increase diversity in the field, and in recognizing the importance of constructive debate to advancing our understanding of methods and practices around the digital.
#TransformDH is an academic movement seeking to increase DH's inclusivity and diversity, working towards social justice and accessibility in its broadest sense (see @TransformDH and blog transformdh.org)
GO::DH For issues of inequality in access across lower and higher income countries, see the ADHO special interest group globaloutlookdh.org.
'RESOURCES – ON AUTOMATED SYSTEMS AND BIAS' For an ongoing list of relevant resources on how AI and search algorithms perpetuate existing social biases, see Abebe Birhane’s blog post. See also @black_in_ai.
#ArchivesSoWhite #ArchivesForBlackLives are movements at the intersection of Digital Humanities, archive studies, and diversity. See Bergis Jules' keynote speech, 'Confronting Our Failure of Care Around the Legacies of Marginalized People in the Archives', published on Medium.