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Digital Humanities: Home
Guide for faculty members interested in incorporating technology and digital learning into their Humanities courses. Information on project types, pedagogical implications, and resources available.
Digital Humanities is an ever-evolving field of study that lies somewhere at the intersection of the humanities and technology. What is Digital Humanities created by Jason Heppler has cataloged over 800 definitions of what Digital Humanities means to different scholars, researchers, students, librarians, teachers, and more. In the community college context, digital humanities can pave the way for students to become more engaged with the technology that surrounds them in their daily lives and encourage them to become global digital citizens beyond their community college careers. This guide serves to help faculty members find digital tools and resources that will help incorporate digital humanities into the curriculum.
Journal of Digital Humanities is a comprehensive, peer-reviewed, open access journal that features scholarship, tools, and conversations produced, identified, and tracked by members of the digital humanities community through Digital Humanities Now.