Born-Digital Publications: Public Databases, Hypertext Journals, and Companion Websites as Digital Humanities Tools
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Original versionDiggit Magazine. 2020
Although we tend to think about digital humanities as the application of quantitative methods to digitized material, other digital tools can impact scholarship considerably. I introduce three types of born-digital publications: public databases, hypertext journals, and companion websites. I argue that these are digital humanities tools that drive nonlinear research practices, enabling personal and communal readings.