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Electronic technology has changed the way scholars in the humanities do their work, creating two distinct groups of scholars: first, those who perform leading-edge humanities computing research (a relatively small number); and second, scholars who perform traditional humanities research with new electronic tools (a fairly large number). How is it possible to bring these two groups together? The Text Creation Partnership at the University of Michigan provides one way of providing services to both. And as the electronic publishing community looks for ways to provide reliable cyberinfrastructure in the humanities, the Text Creation Partnership provides a model for building large digital collections that meet the needs of future scholars.
Martin, S. (2007). Digital Scholarship and Cyberinfrastructure in the Humanities: Lessons from the Text Creation Partnership. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/library_papers/54
Date Posted: 18 April 2008