CIRCA:Basic Digital Humanities Technologies


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It is useful to list basic technologies that most people know (or can learn quickly) because a lot can be done with these basic tools. What constitutes basic tools changes with time and in different research communities.


Productivity Tools

  • Word Processor including Microsoft Word. Alas so many people use Word that you should be able to use it even if it isn't your preferred word processor. It is also
  • Presentation tools like Microsoft Power Point or Prezi
  • Adobe Acrobat (and Reader)

Web Browsers and Utilities

  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Chrome

Web Tools and Services

  • Blogs
  • Wikis
  • Google Docs

Bibliographic Management

  • Zotero
  • RefWorks
  • EndNote

See also Advanced Tools for more tools that could be useful.

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