About DH Press

DH PressDH Press is a flexible, repurposable, extensible digital humanities toolkit designed for non-technical users. It enables administrative users to mashup and visualize a variety of digitized humanities-related material, including historical maps, images, manuscripts, and multimedia content. DH Press can be used to create a range of digital projects, from virtual walking tours and interactive exhibits, to classroom teaching tools and community repositories. WordPress’s plugin architecture allows for open and unlimited enhancement of features and functionalities.

 

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DH Press is being developed by the Digital Innovation Lab in collaboration with Joe Hope of the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI).