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This guide is created and maintained by Tiffany C. Esteban, the digital humanities specialist at UF's Humanities and Social Sciences Library West. It is based on Laurie Taylor's 2016 guide to "Digital Humanities at UF".
Here I provide lists of commonly used and more specialized digital humanities tools for UF students, instructors, and researchers. Whether you are new to or experienced in digital humanities, I hope you may find something useful to your needs.
This guide is not exhaustive, however, as digital humanities is practiced around the world in a vast array of cultures and technologies. My education is in British literature, classical Japanese literature, and information science. That means most of my professional experience in digital humanities is limited to an English language context, with the exception of some work in a Japanese language context. You will see that experience reflected here in my choice of tools and other resources.
If you have suggestions for tools not listed here, please contact me by email at email@example.com.