Digital Humanities Resources
There are a number of programs and tools available online for free that will assist in digitization projects.
Here is a partial list available either from UND or elsewhere online. This list will be updated periodically.
- File Transfer Protocol (FTP) software is available through
UND ITSS for PC users. Mac users can download a free trial version of Fetch. If you are building a website, FTP software is necessary to upload your files to the web server.
- EmEditor is a free text editor that allows you to
code in whatever language you choose (XML, HTML, CSS, etc.).
- HTML Kit HTML Kit is a full-featured free editor for
including HTML Tidy for creating standards -compliant web pages.
- oXygen XML editor is available online for a one month free trial. It supports TEI XML and validates as the file is created.
- Sourceforge.net offers a variety of tools for nearly every field that uses computers.
In addition to "work tools," they also offer multimedia and gaming freeware.
- Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities
also shares some of their tools for digital humanities.
Likewise, NINES makes its collation tools available.
Because the various browsers handle XHTML/HTML differently, it is important to test in as many browsers as possible. Netscape and Mozilla/Firefox
are available through UND or online for free.