Data Management and Data Visualization Tools
- Open Data Sets and Visualization Resources LibGuide by Lori Looney
- Open Refine by Lori Looney
- Getting Started with Tableau by Lori Looney
- Data Wrangling with OpenRefine by the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship
- Data Visualization with Tableau by the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship
- Network Analysis with Gephi by the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship
- Network Analysis with Cytoscape by the Michelle Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture
- Palladio for network visualizations, by Stanford University
Digital Publishing Tools
- WordPress available through Digital Connecticut College (Reclaim Hosting)
- PressBooks available through Digital Connecticut College (Reclaim Hosting)
Mapping and Timeline Tools
Textual Analysis Tools
- Textual Analysis with Voyant by the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship
- HathiTrust Research Center Analytics
Literature on Digital Scholarship
- Debates in the Digital Humanities Series:
- Debates in the Digital Humanities (2012), Matthew K. Gold, ed.
- Debates in the Digital Humanities (2016), Lauren F. Klein and Matthew K. Gold, eds.
- Making Things and Drawing Boundaries (2017), Jentery Sayers, ed.
- Bodies of Information (2018), Jacqueline Wernimont and Elizabeth Losh, eds.
- Debates in the Digital Humanities (2019), Lauren F. Klein and Matthew K. Gold, eds.
- Disrupting the Digital Humanities (2018), Jesse Stommel and Dorothy Kim, eds.
- Alternative Histories of the Digital Humanities (2021), Dorothy Kim and Adeline Koh, eds.
- Reviews in Digital Humanities (2020-present), Jennifer Guiliano and Roopika Risam, eds.
Examples of Digital Scholarship
- Data Feminism by Lauren F. Klein and Catherine D’Ignazio, The MIT Press (2020)
- Review of Data Feminism in Art Libraries Society of North America Multimedia & Technology Reviews
- Enchanting the Desert: A Pattern Language for the Production of Space by Nicholas Bauch (2016)
- Review of Enchanting the Desert in College Art Association CAA Reviews
- Torn Apart / Separados by Mobilized Humanities in partnership with Columbia University (2018)