What counts as the digital humanities? For some, the digital humanities are simply scholarly or pedagogical activities within the traditional humanities disciplines undertaken with digital tools. For others, the digital humanities involve a reconfiguration of traditional humanist activities, with an emphasis on interdisciplinarity and participation beyond specialist audiences. Digital humanities practices can include:
Anvil Academic: a platform for the digital publication of nontraditional scholarly work in the humanities.
digitalculturebooks: publishes innovative work in new media studies and digital humanities.
The Institute for the Future of the Book: sponsors various projects investigating the evolution of intellectual discourse.
Omeka: an open source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions.
Open Humanities Press: publishes open access e-books.
MediaCommons Press: publishes digital texts in the field of media studies.
Scalar: a platform for born-digital, open source, media-rich scholarly publishing.
University of California eScholarship: provides open access scholarly publishing services to the University of California.