More ways to keep learning¶
Online Lessons and Workshops¶
The Text Analysis Pedagogy Institute
National institutes on teaching text analysis featuring master instructors
Digital Humanities Research Institutes
Technical lessons for humanists on areas such as: command line, databases, digital ethics, git and GitHub, HTML & CSS, machine learning, QGIS, Omeka, Python, Text Analysis, and the Twitter API.
Workshops (with traveling instructors) for learning technical skills related to data, software, and information.
The Programming Historian
A peer-reviewed, open access set of tutorials for digital humanities research methods.
Python for Digital Humanities
A series of Python Tutorials by Dr. William Mattingly.
Computational Humanities Research
A community forum of digital humanists discussing computational research.
YaleDHLab Lab Workshops
A variety of learning and research materials focused on building digital humanities skills.
Introduction to Cultural Analytics and Python
A Jupyter Book created by Dr. Melanie Walsh for teaching at Cornell University.
Jupyter notebooks for digital humanities A collection of Jupyter notebooks assembled by Quinn Dombrowski
Automate the Boring Stuff with Python: Practical Programming for Total Beginners by Al Sweigart
Python Crash Course: A Handson, project-based introduction to programming by Eric Matthes
Other resources we missed?¶
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