Want to take your art history or architecture students on a virtual tour of the Church of La Madeleine in VÃ©zelay, France? Or give a patron a host of suggestions on interactive and authoritative Web sites to complement that borrowed copy of Beowulf? Now you canâ€”with easeâ€”with the help of the July/August 2005 issue of Library Technology Reports.
"Innovative Digital Projects in the Humanities" presents a 170-plus compendium of humanities-based, "innovative" digital projects, which can facilitate your patrons' and students' searches for quality, online humanities information and exploration.
From Artdaily ("the first art newspaper on the Net") to a virtual tour of York (the modern-day British town will many of its medieval walls still intact), "Innovative Digital Projects in the Humanities" compiles an impressive listing of some of the most engaging, dynamic digital humanities projects freely available on the Internet.