Re: The Programming Historian

What a fantastic resource this is! I immediately zero-ed in on early journals in the Internet Archive, but there is so much more! I'm bookmarking "The Programming Historian" and I hope that it can also be added to the H-Scholar Resources folder.

P.S. To our H-Scholar subscribers: Have you looked at our Resources folder? Are there additional items that you can suggest?

The Programming Historian

The Programming Historian offers tutorials on a wide variety of digital tools that may be of interest to humanists and social scientists.  Among the tools that are available are netowrk analysis, mapping tools, and text analysis.  An especially important tutorial discusses methods for preserving research data.

http://programminghistorian.org/lessons/

Using Google Scholar (comment)

Friends:

Dr. Herbert S. Klein has given us permission to share his "how to" guide on getting the most out of Google Scholar and I am including a link with our thanks.

If you want to consult it later, you can find it in the "Articles and Journals of Interest" section under the "Resources" tab on our homepage. 

Margaret

 

 

 

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