A Digital Humanities project is one that incorporates digital methods and computational techniques into its research methodology, dissemination strategy, and/or public engagement. In the research design of a typical Digital Humanities project, both digital and non-digital methods will be used. Scholars can use digital methods to ask questions that would be difficult to answer using non-digital methods due to the size or complexity of the source material. They also make research more accessible to the general public.
ARTchives - The Inventory of Art Historians’ Archives
The inventory of Art Historians’ Archives aims at gathering, describing and consuming information on archives produced by notable art historians spread around the world. The objective is to provide a flexible service for collecting data on art history related topics and serve accurate Linked Open Data. A web application leveraging so created data will provide scholars with new expressive means for discovering data
Collective Biographies of Women
CBW contains more than 14,000 chapters in its collective biographies. The creators have not identified the tables of contents of all 1271 volumes in the bibliography of English-language collective biographies of women. They are identifying the form types of these chapters: Primary Woman subject; Two Primary Female Subjects; historical events; fiction, and so on.