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How to use this site? At the moment there is so little this site is useless unless you want to contribute or you want to see where Rockwell is going with the subject. In the fullness of time you will be able to use this in the following ways:
How to use this site? At the moment there is so little this site is useless unless you want to contribute or you want to see where Rockwell is going with the subject. In the fullness of time you will be able to use this in the following ways:
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* '''If you have a project''' you can start by finding a similar sort of project in the list of typical digital humanities projects
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* '''If you have a project''' you can start by finding a similar sort of project in the list of typical digital humanities projects.
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* '''If you have been asked to do something for a digital humanities project''' you can try to find a tactic that will help you think through what you have to do.
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* '''If you are in the middle of a project''' you can browse and confirm what you have learned or disagree with advice, which is surely one of the pleasures of life.
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* '''If you are a research assistant dropped into a project and feeling lost''' you can start with my advice to as to [[CIRCA:What_RAs_need_to_know | What RAs need to know]].
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* Conversely, '''if you have to manage staff for the first time''' you can read my advice on managing people or try to understand thing from the perspective of the staff like your RAs or IT personnel.
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* '''If you like to browse''' you can check out my list of lists.

Current revision as of 20:46, 20 November 2011

How to use this site? At the moment there is so little this site is useless unless you want to contribute or you want to see where Rockwell is going with the subject. In the fullness of time you will be able to use this in the following ways:

  • If you have a project you can start by finding a similar sort of project in the list of typical digital humanities projects.
  • If you have been asked to do something for a digital humanities project you can try to find a tactic that will help you think through what you have to do.
  • If you are in the middle of a project you can browse and confirm what you have learned or disagree with advice, which is surely one of the pleasures of life.
  • If you are a research assistant dropped into a project and feeling lost you can start with my advice to as to What RAs need to know.
  • Conversely, if you have to manage staff for the first time you can read my advice on managing people or try to understand thing from the perspective of the staff like your RAs or IT personnel.
  • If you like to browse you can check out my list of lists.
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