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MANAGING TECHNOLOGY: We Are All Digital Humanists Now

Title

MANAGING TECHNOLOGY: We Are All Digital Humanists Now

Subject

Digital Humanities

Description

The author discusses digital humanities in higher education and academic libraries. According to the author, digital humanities encompass information technologies (IT) such as rapid computing, digitization, and geo-spatial mapping techniques that support research in the liberal arts. Examples of digital humanities resources are offered such as Google Books, Early English Books Online (EEBO), and the Internet Archive. The author analyzes the impact of digital humanities on academic librarians in terms of organizing, sorting, and making new resources accessible to users, and urges academic librarians to embrace technological advances in library science. (Provided by author)

Creator

Little, Geoffrey

Publisher

Elsevier Science

Date

2011-07

Contributor

Eaddy, Brionna

Type

Journal Article

Bibliographic Citation

Little, Geoffrey. 2011. "MANAGING TECHNOLOGY: We Are All Digital Humanists Now." The Journal Of Academic Librarianship 37, 352-354. ScienceDirect, EBSCOhost (accessed April 20, 2016).


http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/63191943/managing-technology-we-are-all-digital-humanists-now

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Citation

Little, Geoffrey, “MANAGING TECHNOLOGY: We Are All Digital Humanists Now,” Digital Archiving Resources, accessed September 24, 2017, http://dar.cah.ucf.edu/items/show/321.