- From the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Life, the Emmett Till Project “commemorating the 60th anniversary of the 1955 murder and trial of Emmett Louis Till that helped spark the Civil Rights Movement.”
- A free, online course on (unix-based) command line from Code Academy: https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-the-command-line
- This blog post, the first in a four-part series on digital humanities and the history of sexuality, by Charles Upchurch on Notches blog on “Reading the History of Sexuality Collectively in the Digital Age.”
- An open-access online textbook by William J. Turkey on Digital Research Methods
- This iPhone app, BibUp, from the University of Fribourg, that allows you capture citations via ISBN or barcode, as well as take pics, that can later be downloaded into Zotero. University of Fribourg users have the further advantage of an OCR feature.
- And in the spirit of a new academic year, here are two syllabi for digital humanities courses. The first, from Anelise H. Shrout, is for her course Death // in the Digital Age. The second is for a course on Digital Humanities at Lehigh University co-taught by Amardeep Singh and Ed Whitley.