Digital humanities: humanities research in the digital age
Digital humanities: humanities research in the digital age

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3 Summary of Week 3

During this final week, you have learned how the digital age is changing scholarly communications and the ways in which researchers can engage with the public and with each other. You have learned about the concept of knowledge infrastructure and about the importance of sharing data, methods and results. You have encountered further tools and resources that can help you to learn more about digital humanities and research. Most importantly, you have become aware of the need to engage critically with the data you gather, the methods you employ and the knowledge you create as a Humanities researcher in the digital age.

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