In the last two years, many of us have become more familiar than we’d like with the video conferencing software Zoom. If you, like me, have been using Zoom to teach in the last several years, you probably learned how…
This post covers XML 101 and some of the most important standards to know (about) as a digital humanist.
Okay, so you know what Kanban is and you’ve figured out roughly how you want to adapt it for yourself. You set up a Trello board and you have a few lists & cards for the things you want to get done. But how do you make it truly powerful for managing your (solo or team) project? Here are the top seven most useful features you should know about!
One of the most challenging aspects of digital humanities is managing all the stuff that goes into a project. Many humanities scholars, especially those new to DH, aren’t used to working on research in large (or even medium-sized) teams. Combine the human factor with large amounts of data to juggle, and keeping track of the state of your project can become a real headache! But have no fear, Trello is here.