A study of two Digital Humanities Case Studies: Lessons Learned and Recommendations conducted as part of the Humanities Arts and Social Sciences – Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratory.
The objective of this study was to understand the thinking and processes that the academic community apply in undertaking digital research. The report provides descriptions, analyses and review of two digital humanities projects. The report contains an overview of these two cases, key findings and recommendations for further work. It also maps out key areas of activity/work/recommendations which could be developed further into work packages to support education and service delivery. The hope is that this learning can be developed into training and advancement in operational practices to support digital scholarship in the humanities. This report will be published under Creative Commons on the Tinker website at https://tinker.edu.au/about/