This Chapter is all about communication and the ways we are now able to reach out to others around the world from our personal computers or mobile devices, which were never available before. One might initially consider this section more in line with productivity tools instead of those impacting the digital humanities. I will, however, demonstrate that it is through these tools that the field is expanding, offering interesting ways in which scholars can communicate ideas with one another, share thoughts, research, and collaborate. Additionally, it is through the use of these tools that our ideas are being shared with students and interestingly how students are, in turn, reciprocating our efforts. The chapter focuses on video broadcasting tools, audio conferencing, audiocasting, and collaboration applications, offering examples of how they can be used in a classroom setting.
(2013), "Communicating with the world", Digital Humanities: Current Perspective, Practices, and Research (Cutting-Edge Technologies in Higher Education, Vol. 7), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 41-64. https://doi.org/10.1108/S2044-9968(2013)0000007003
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