Debates in the Digital Humanities, a hybrid print/digital book series that explores debates in the field as they emerge. With biannual volumes that highlight current issues in the field, and special volumes on topics of pressing interest, Debates in the Digital Humanities tracks the field as it continues to grow.
The Office of Digital Humanities (ODH) offers grant programs that fund project teams experimenting with digital technologies to develop new methodologies for humanities research, teaching and learning, public engagement, and scholarly communications. ODH funds those studying digital culture from a humanistic perspective and humanists seeking to create digital publications. Another major goal of ODH is to increase capacity of the humanities in applying digital methods.
The Programming Historian is a volunteer-run database made up of tutorials written by experts in the fields of computing, data management, text encoding, digital publishing, and many of digital humanities fields. The tutorials give in-depth training on the most widely-used software for the digital humanities.
TAPoR is a gateway to the tools used in everything from sophisticated text analysis to GIS mapping. This database lists several digital tools and gives quick, easy-to-understand descriptions of their functions, as well as links to the tools' websites.