DanCohen.org: DanCohen.org is a blog written by Dan Cohen, Associate Professor of history and art history at George Mason University and the director of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. Cohen identifies himself as a scholar of the digital humanities “broadly construed,” and anyone who is part of or wants to be part of the conversation on digital humanities needs to familiarize him or herself with Cohen’s work.
us-intellectual-history.blogspot.com: This blog is the official blog for the Society for U.S. Intellectual History and the website for that organization’s conference.
On Our Way for the Sunny South, Land of Chivalry: Featured on the History Roll in November, 2011, this is a work of digital scholarship initially created by Kaci Nash in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a graduate research seminar in Digital History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Nash integrated both the project and research into her Master’s thesis which won the Folsom Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award (2013).
Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media: The Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media offers useful tools for teaching and researching history as well as innovative tools to aid in document collection and exhibition of those documents.
Omeka: “A partnership of CHNM and the Minnesota Historical Society, Omeka is a next-generation web publishing platform for museums, historical societies, scholars, enthusiasts, and educators. Omeka provides cultural institutions and individuals with easy-to-use software for publishing collections and creating attractive, standards-based, interoperable online exhibits. Free and open-source, Omeka is designed to satisfy the needs of institutions that lack technical staffs and large budgets. Bringing Web 2.0 technologies and approaches historical and cultural websites, Omeka fosters the kind of user interaction and participation that is central to the mission public scholarship and education.”