Humanities data can be text, geospatial data, results of analysis, even images or multimedia. Strong organization and management of digital content is essential for any digital humanities project.
Check out the Research Data Service’s specialized Savvy Researcher workshops on data management for instruction on how to clean your data, manage it efficiently, and more. For workshops on citation managers or other tools, see the full Savvy Researcher calendar.
Data and Research Repositories
- Illinois Data Bank and IDEALS
The University Library is committed to facilitating data management and ensuring access to your research data remains readily available to you. Options are available to the University of Illinois community for data storage, including the Illinois Data Bank and IDEALS.
External resources for data storage include TAPAS (TEI Archiving, Publishing, and Access Service) for your TEI data.
- Research Data Service
Contact the library’s Research Data Service for beginner and advanced help on data management, including data management plans and workshops.
- DH Curation Guide
DHDC (Digital Humanities Data Curation) has an open access DH Curation Guide for assistance in “mastering the essentials of data curation for the humanities.”