AHDS Guides to Good Practice
The Arts and Humanities Data Service offers a number of Guides to Good Practice digital projects in Archaeology; History; the Performing Arts; Literature, Language and Linguistics; and Visual Arts. Their guides are available online and some as print texts as well. From their site:
The AHDS publishes a series of Guides providing the arts and humanities research and teaching communities with practical instruction in applying recognised standards and good practice to the creation and use of digital resources. Some of the Guides focus on methods and applications relevant to humanities disciplines, such as history, archaeology, visual arts, performing arts and textual and linguistic studies. Others address those areas which cross disciplinary boundaries.
All Guides identify and explore key issues and provide comprehensive pointers for those who need more specific information. As such they are essential reference materials for anyone interested in computer-assisted research and teaching in the arts and humanities.
- Creating and Using Virtual Reality
- Digitising history: a guide to creating electronic resources from historical documents
- A Guide to Good Practice in Collaborative Working Methods and New Media Tools Creation
- Creating and Documenting Electronic Texts
- Developing Linguistic Corpora: a Guide to Good Practice
- Creating digital resources for the Visual Arts: standards and good practice
- Creating Digital Performance Resources
- Creating Digitised Audio Materials for use in Research and Teaching
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