Beyond the lowest common denominator: designing effective digital resources
As the web has become the de facto medium of the Digital Humanities, we have seen enormous advances in the ‘functional ambition’ of the online resources that characterise the discipline. Increasingly, digital humanities outputs strive not simply to disseminate primary sources, but to supply a nexus of rich contextual materials and functionality: allowing the user to control editorial perspectives, digitally curate objects, and apply tools for real‐time analysis and visualisation. But, the...[Show more]
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ANU Conference publications
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