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Digital Humanities Resources at UF

A guide for digital humanities resources. Created by Tiffany C. Esteban, MSI, Digital Humanities Associate.


At UF, digital humanities has a broad campus community with engaged practitioners from the UF Libraries, the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, and the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program, among other groups. Here I highlight specific resources from some of my colleagues at the UF Libraries and the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program.

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From the UF Libraries

Created by Carol McAuliffe and Joe Aufmuth.

Created by Hélène Huet.

Created by Colleen Seale.

Created by Aida Miro-Herrans, Borui Zhang, Hao Ye, Jim Cusick, Michele Tennant, Plato Smith, Sarah Meyer, Tiffany Esteban, Xiaoli Ma, and Natya Hans (Artificial Intelligence Team of the Academic Research Consulting and Services (ARCS) Department).

From the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program

"The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program offers workshops in oral history practice, methodology and fieldwork for community groups, academic institutions, and other organizations interested in beginning oral history projects." Created by Dr. Paul Ortiz, Deborah Hendrix, and other oral history professionals.

"Did you know that scholars can build an attractive, informative website with no prior experience in coding or website development? Janelle Lyons, the Oral History Metadata Creation, Records Management and Content Curation graduate intern, will share her process of creating a website with Omeka S, a tool provided by the Libraries’ UFLib Domains service. Omeka S is available to UF scholars and students who are collaborating with a librarian on a project or collection. Janelle will show how students and emerging professionals can use this new service to create a curated site. Using her own work as an example, showcasing interview clips from the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program digital collection, she will present on the basics of creating an Omeka S website, providing helpful tips and emphasizing the platform’s user-friendly features." Video tutorial created by Janelle Lyons and produced by the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program in April 2022. Slides available in the UF Digital Collections.

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