Please find below the final fixing of Digital History news and events from the DHL for the semester.
- Anyone who was unable to attend last week’s “Zotero for research management” workshop but wants to learn more, please reach out to us for a link to the recording.
- A recent article in Humanities Magazine highlighted a new digital content management tool, Mukurtu – a platform developed in Australia for Indigenous people to manage, curate, and recast cultural heritage.
- The British Newspaper archive announced that it has reached 40 million digitized historical newspaper pages. However, the 410 million pages left to digitize demonstrates that everything is not online quite yet.
- As usual, the DHL welcomes guests for our podcast and our blog.
We will be back in the new year with more weekly updates. In the meantime, if you need help integrating digital tools into your spring classes, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Craig, Emma, Gabe, and Ash