A good Digital Humanities project includes five things;
- Well done, thorough research.
- Ascetically Pleasing presentation
- Good formatting
- Clear Information
- Searchable options
What makes a good DH project?
A good digital humanities project is ascetically pleasing, meaning it is nice to look at, but also that the information is clearly shown. It should have enough information, cited correctly, that shows that it is fully researched. The format of the project should be clear and concise, and searchable to find exact details.
How does DH allow scholars to ask new questions?
Digital Humanities allows students as well as scholars to observe information in new ways. DH can provide different ways to see the same information. Through the digital outlet, you might see links you aren’t aware of by looking at a group of books, or information on paper. Digital Humanities, through programs like mallet, can distant read large amounts of information.