DH info hubs: what are we missing?

There’s no shortage of portals of information about digital humanities, from DH Answers for Q&A, NINES/ARC for temporally-oriented resources, DHCommons for projects, Bamboo DiRT for tools, TAPoR for text analysis, THATCamp, Day of DH, MLA Commons, and many others. Are we missing something? Are there ways that these resources could work better together? (Better data exchange or cross-site workflows? Not having to remember a different set of credentials for each site?) I’m interested in hearing people’s wish lists for how to improve the information ecosystem around technology and the humanities.

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About quinn.dombrowski

At UC Berkeley, I work on Bamboo DiRT (dirt.projectbamboo.org), and growing the DH community through partnerships with the Dean's Office and the Townsend Humanities Center. After the last THATCamp I attended, I built DHCommons (dhcommons.org), and I've been involved in subsequent DHCommons workshops, including one at AATSEEL 2013 (held concurrently with the MLA). I do a lot with Drupal, and am generally interested in helping things (and people!) work better, and work together. I still dabble in digital medieval Slavic from time to time.

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