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Going digital: humanities and the eResearch revolution

Arthur, Paul


This paper gives an overview of the ways that humanities research is embracing new digital resources and formats and suggests that the e-Research revolution that is well advanced in the sciences is at an early stage in the humanities. Many of its potential benefits, and challenges, are different from those in the sciences and are just beginning to be understood. While researchers in the sciences have been accustomed to working collaboratively, this is less common in the humanities. Further,...[Show more]

CollectionsAustralian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (APSR)
Type: Conference presentation
Access Rights: Open Access


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