As you work on your own projects, you might find some of these links and contexts useful when imagining the various approaches one might take to special collections materials. These links might also be useful ways to gauge the kind of time, labor, tools, collaborators, and additional resources needed to make cool digital projects.
Page last updated on 9/7/2017.
Brown / Local Resources
Brown University. John Carter Brown Library. JCB Online.
Brown University. Center for Digital Scholarship. Projects.
Providence Public Library Special Collections. Special Collections Digital Projects and Publications.
Digital Projects, Special Collections, and Digital Libraries/Archives
Bowdoin College: George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections and Archives. Digital Collections and Projects.
British Museum. Online Collection.
Digital Library of The Caribbean (dLOC).
Digital Public Library of America. Exhibitions.
Emory Center for Digital Scholarship. Featured Projects.
Europeana. Europeana Collections.
HathiTrust Digital Library.
Library of Congress. Digital Collections.
Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH), University of Maryland. Research.
National Library of Australia. Trove.
New York Public Library. NYPL Labs. (no longer active)
Northeastern University Library Digital Scholarship Group. CERES Exhibit Toolkit Projects.
UCLA Digital Humanities. Project Archives.
UCLA Library. Digital Projects for Special Collections.
University of Connecticut. Greenhouse Studios.
Journals, Web Sites, and Other General Resources
#twitterstorians (Twitter hashtag)
Digital Humanities Slack (Slack group for DH; link is to free signup via Google Form)
History@Work (NCPH Blog; link goes to posts tagged “digital history”)
Select All (New York Magazine)
The Wayback Machine (The Internet Archive)
Professional Organizations and Conferences/Workshops