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Durham University

Department of English Studies


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Publication details for Professor Claire Warwick

Pappa, N., Warwick, C., Terras, M. & Huntington, P. (2006). The (In)visibility of Digital Humanites Resources in Academic Contexts. Digital Humanities 2006: The First ADHO International Conference, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, Centre de Recherche Cultures Anglophones et Technologies de l’Information, Université Paris-Sorbonne.

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This poster aims to determine how easy is to find
digital resources for humanities use, and whether
links are made to such resources or portal sites (such
as Humbul and AHDS) from library and humanities
department websites. We have undertaken this task
because one hypothesis about low levels of usage of digital
resources by humanities scholars is that there is a lack
of knowledge about appropriate resources. (Warwick,
2004) Thus if we determine that it is difficult for users to
find information or resources, and that digital humanities
projects are not promoted within academic contexts, then
this would support such an explanation.

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