Many Humanists hear "Data" and assume they don't have it. However, humanities scholars produce valuable data that may greatly contribute to their field. This section aims to inspire ideas and acquaint you with how your scholarship could be considered "data."
The term "Digital Humanities" does not have a hard and fast definition as of yet, but instead it refers to any humanities work that sets out to make use of digital tools to interpret and understand scholarship. This can take many forms, including:
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