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Digital Humanities: Acknowledgements

This guide is intended as a starting place for studies in the digital humanities, open access, and scholarly communication.

Acknowledgements

In the spirit of the dynamic nature of the digital humanities, this research guide draws on contributions from the community of academic librarians nation-wide. The authors wish to give special thanks to our colleagues at Catholic University of America, Jennifer Adams and Kevin Gunn, and Marta Brunner and Zoe Borovsky at UCLA for the hard work they put into the thoughtful compilation of links and resources for all things DH.