Digital humanities (DH) refers to both an academic field and a social movement in which research work and teaching in the humanities make use of digital technology. Generally, this term refers to the application of computer technology to academic fields that have traditionally been strictly text-based. Uses of such technology in DH include computation; database indexing; digital...Read More.
The term “digital humanities” can refer to research and instruction that is about information technology or that uses IT. Although digital humanities often involves practitioners and data from the humanities, it also extends to fields such as social and information studies, media studies, communications, arts/ architecture, and computer science...Read More.
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