It’s useful for Communications scholars to keep an eye on the digital humanities arena these days, if not get in there with both feet. To that end I want to do some reposting here, thanks to Mitch Fraas, Bollinger Fellow for Library Innovation at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. In October, writing for a great new Penn Libraries blog Apps on Tap, he contributed My Five: Top digital humanities tools from Mitch Fraas. So far it’s been the blog’s most circulated post.
If you want more from Mitch, check out his Digital Humanities Resource Guide which includes more text mining tools, text corpora resources (Google and beyond), and a sampling of other digital humanities projects.