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OpenMethods: building a collaborative knowledge hub for Digital Humanities tools and methods

Tóth-Czifra, Erzsébet; Moranville, Yoann; Karcher, Stefan; Wuttke, Ulrike;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2020
The rich and dynamically evolving nature of Digital Humanities (henceforth DH) is constantly challenging and pushing the boundaries of the traditional/legacy formats of scholarly communication that are rooted in print culture. We see emerging good practices to uncover complete epistemological processes and allow others to interact with one’s scholarship in-depth, to reuse parts of it or even to build new things on top of it. Often scholars who take up these methodological and epistemological innovations also venture to employ innovative forms of scholarly communication, that offer great advantages to rapidly exchange ideas, datasets, software etc. Still, these t...
free text keywords: Digital Humanities, Open Science, Open Access, Methods and tools, Scholarly communication, Scholarly blogging
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Lecture . 2020
Provider: ZENODO
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Provider: ZENODO
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