We have collected a list of projects that represent a range of possibilities for digital scholarship in The Ohio Five. All of the projects listed below, to varying degrees, take the scholarly exercise of curation further.
We should also use this space to direct you toward Miriam Posner’s excellent blog post, “How did they make that?,” wherein she provides us with a helpful list of seven exemplary, typical digital projects (as if there were a “typical” project) and she elucidates what goes into building that particular (exemplary) project.
There are a great many sites that aggregate resources of scholarly digital projects (chief among them might be libraries’ sites or Digital Humanities centers). You can take a gander, for example, at this list from the Digital Scholarship Lab (University of Richmond), this from the Digital Humanities Initiative (Hamilton College), this from Scholars’ Lab (University of Virginia), this from DH@Stockton (Richard Stockton College), or even The Ohio Five’s own Digital Projects Portal.