Toolkits for e-Humanities: Project Workshop


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19 March 2009


Dr Kathryn Eccles, OII
Prof Mike Thelwall, University of Wolverhampton
Dr Eric Meyer, OII
Christine Madsen, OII


The Digitised Resources: A Usage and Impact Study project (funded by the JISC Digitisation Programme) combines quantitative and qualitative indicators to measure the impact of online scholarly resources. The toolkit being developed will include a number of elements which will aid other researchers and funding bodies to assess the impact of digitisation projects.

This event presented the results of this project in the context of general panel discussions about the role of digitisation in the practices of humanities researchers now and in the future.


  1. Overview of Phase 1 Digitisation Projects (Dr Kathryn Eccles
  2. Quantitative Tools (Prof Mike Thelwall and Dr Kathryn Eccles)
  3. Qualitative Tools (Dr Eric Meyer and Dr Kathryn Eccles)
  4. Survey Data (Christine Madsen and Dr Eric Meyer)

Toolkits for e-Humanities (Presentation Slides)

Also discussed and webcast as part of this OII event was the World Wide Web of Humanities project.


71 mins

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