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Welcome to the CHNM Tools Center!
Welcome to the CHNM Tools Center!
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This is a Wiki that we've put together to build a collaborative resource spanning any and all tools that might be applicable to the practice of online history.
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This is a Wiki that we've put together to build a collaborative resource to connect builders and users of digital tools. Originally built to support the online history community, the Tools Center has expanded and welcomes entries on tools for digital scholarship, archiving and preservation writ large.
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Unfortunately, we've been fighting off waves of wiki-spam, so for the time being, you'll have to log in to edit or add pages.
If you've never used a Wiki, you can find a general overview, as well as more targeted help, at [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents Wikipedia] (we're using the same open-source software that they are).
If you've never used a Wiki, you can find a general overview, as well as more targeted help, at [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents Wikipedia] (we're using the same open-source software that they are).

Current revision as of 17:16, 9 February 2006

Now available here - Final Reports from the September 2005 Summit on Digital Tools for the Humanities, held at the University of Virginia

Welcome to the CHNM Tools Center!

This is a Wiki that we've put together to build a collaborative resource to connect builders and users of digital tools. Originally built to support the online history community, the Tools Center has expanded and welcomes entries on tools for digital scholarship, archiving and preservation writ large.

Unfortunately, we've been fighting off waves of wiki-spam, so for the time being, you'll have to log in to edit or add pages.

If you've never used a Wiki, you can find a general overview, as well as more targeted help, at Wikipedia (we're using the same open-source software that they are).

You can use the search box to the right, or browse by category: