Drupal for Humanists

Quinn Dombrowski and I are writing a manual on using the Drupal 7 CMS for digital humanities projects.  Titled unimaginatively Drupal for Humanists, it is meant to provide first an understanding of how to install and configure Drupal and then a series of case studies representative of Drupal’s use in humanities research and the library, with a special emphasis on how these sites can evolve in an agile manner when the original project reveals new opportunities for future research, pedagogy or publication.

We’ve shared a Google Document that has the proposed case studies for this text listed for comments from DH scholars and Drupal users and developers. Please feel free to add any details or concerns that are you feel are important.

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