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Digital Humanities research requires access to information that is encoded digitally. The following resources provide access to digitized and born digital text, images, audio, and video. For assistance gaining access to other sources contact the MSU Libraries Digital Humanities Team.
MSU Libraries Humanities Data
MSU Libraries Humanities data includes but is not limited to digitized and born digital text, audio, images, moving images, and the metadata that describes them. Current collection strengths reside in text and audio data.
Text Assembler enables construction and bulk download of full text corpora derived from newspapers, newswires, web-based news publications, broadcast news transcripts, magazines, and legal and trade publications published between 1980 and the present
Catalog of Research Data Repositories.
Hathitrust provides access to millions of digitized books. Contact the MSU Libraries Digital Humanities Team (DTS@mail.lib.msu.edu) for enhanced access to this resource.
Library of Congress
Digitized photos, newspapers, images, video, audio and maps.
Archaeological research data.
More than 40,000 digitized texts.