There are many digital tools available for use in the digital humanities, some made specifically for dh and others that can be re-purposed quite effectively for Humanities research. The following lists show a complex variety of tools. Consult with a librarian or with staff at a support center to identify the best tools needed for your project:
At Duke University
At Duke University Libraries
How do you get started with Digital Humanities? Where do you go for training or mentoring, for example? What does training entail? Do you need to code? Should you plan a digital humanities project of your own, or join an established one? How do you know whether a project “counts” as digital humanities at all? Liz Milewicz and Will Shaw, librarians at ScholarWorks: A Center for Scholarly Publishing address these questions in library workshops and Duke Graduate School events. The blog about one such event: Introducing the Digital Humanities to Graduate Students, serves as a good opportunity to get to know DH at Duke University.
Many departments with active digital projects offer workshops. Check the websites of the following units to identify workshops of interest.:
Another source of information is the Duke Events Calendar, filter events by TYPE; Workshop, and by TOPIC of interest: