Instead of just bookmarking, Diigo™ allows users to add persistent highlights, text and sticky notes to specific parts of Web pages. Diigo users can keep their bookmarks and annotations private, share them publicly, or create a group to collaborate in a team. Use this series of quick video tutorials to learn how to effectively use various features of Diigo.
Project Bamboo is a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary effort that brings together humanities scholars, librarians, and information technologists to tackle the question: “How can we advance arts and humanities research through the development of shared technology services?”
Digital Storytelling (also affectionately known as ds106) is an open, online course that happens at various times throughout the year at the University of Mary Washington… but you can join in whenever you like and leave whenever you need. This course is free to anyone who wants to take it, and the only requirements are a real computer, a hardy internet connection, preferably a domain of your own and some commodity web hosting, and all the creativity you can muster.
This "assignment-in-a-box" is designed for use by instructors of digital humanities courses, or other curricula where exploring and assessing digital tools would be an appropriate activity. Provided through Digital Research Tools (DiRT).