1. Enhanced critical curation.. back to thinking about text creation and annotating. an essential process in the world of too much text!
2. Augmented editions and fluid textuality
3. Scale: law of large numbers – so much data. historically, humanities about close analysis of limited data. – how might large data help us?
4. distant;close, macro/micro, surface/depth
distant reading- to get larger trends. — need to tangle between views of the data, first large-scale patterns then fine-grained analysis
5. cultural analytics, agtegation, and data-mining
— cultural objects of all sorts available for study
6. visualization and data design
— a rhetorical construct – “graphical or rendered visual interpretations” – a form of argument – mapping — movement through time and space
7. Locative investigation and thick mapping
— new sites for scholarship (museum can draw outside world in; can add scholarship to landscape) – new layers on maps
8. the animated archive
–a user-centered approach to the construction of archives – built into its architecture – permeable walls –
9. distributed knowledge production and performative access
— group work, audience engagement key – audience creates the knowledge.
10. humanities gaming.
11. code, software, and platform studies
12. database documentaries
–multiple intersecting storylines
13. reporposable content and remix culture
— read/write/rewrite – complex trail of associations, inter-textual references.
14. pervasive infrastructure – sharing of entire data sets
15. ubiquitous scholarship – web, cellphone, in the landscape

–from chapter 2 of Digital_Humanities

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