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These resources are freely and openly available under a CC licence and can be downloaded from [http://humbox.ac.uk/ Humbox] (use DHOER for a keyword search).
 
These resources are freely and openly available under a CC licence and can be downloaded from [http://humbox.ac.uk/ Humbox] (use DHOER for a keyword search).
  
'''Perseus Digital Library''' * http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/
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'''Perseus Digital Library'''http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/
 
Navigate to the work via the Collections:
 
Navigate to the work via the Collections:
 
In some instances, the exact title or Perseus title of a specific work may be unknown. The best way to browse through the works in Perseus is through the Collections.
 
In some instances, the exact title or Perseus title of a specific work may be unknown. The best way to browse through the works in Perseus is through the Collections.
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'''Hestia''': http://hestia.open.ac.uk
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Search the text (for placenames), view Herodotus in Google Earth, or read through the text with the NarrativeMap.

Revision as of 22:17, 22 August 2013

This page gathers together educational resources for Digital Humanities and for Classics.

Open Educational Resources for the Digital Humanities: DHOER

These resources are freely and openly available under a CC licence and can be downloaded from Humbox (use DHOER for a keyword search).

Perseus Digital Library: http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/ Navigate to the work via the Collections: In some instances, the exact title or Perseus title of a specific work may be unknown. The best way to browse through the works in Perseus is through the Collections.

Hestia: http://hestia.open.ac.uk Search the text (for placenames), view Herodotus in Google Earth, or read through the text with the NarrativeMap.

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