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On this page, we will compile a list of resources that we think might be useful to those involved in the digital humanities.


Research Tools

Annotation Studio allows for the collection of and online collaboration on resources.

Momento: for finding information no longer available online.

Verification Handbook a guide to “verifying digital content” (specifically during emergencies).

Wayback Machine: Internet Archive.


Webcite: digital archiving tool.

Zenodo: digital archiving tool.

Zotero: for collecting, organizing, citing, and sharing resources, capable of easy online integration with Firefox.  A stand-alone version is also available.

A plugin for Zotero, Paper Machines, can be used specifically for topic modeling.


Text Manipulation Tools

Ocular document recognition system

Text Mechanic


Multimodal Composition Tools 

Internet Archive Book Images: a collection of images in the public domain, collected from 500 years’ worth of texts.  These are available free on Flickr.


Additional Specialized Tools

Costume Core: “building on existing metadata standards to create a specification for cataloging and encoding costume.”

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