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    A Review of International Digital Humanities Research From the Perspective of Quantitative Comparison
    ZHANG Qi, JI Youshu, WANG Dongbo
    Agricultural Library and Information    2019, 31 (11): 4-14.   DOI: 10.13998/j.cnki.issn1002-1248.2019.10.19-1077
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    [Purpose/Significance] Digital humanities research has been developing in China for nearly ten years. It is important for further developing digital humanities research in China to clarify the differences between domestic and foreign digital humanities research.[Method/Process] Firstly, this paper compares the differences in the participation of various disciplines and cooperation modes of institutions in digital humanities research at home and abroad through quantitative statistics. Based on the existing differences, co-citation clustering, emergence detection, double-graph superposition and other functions in CiteSpace are used to introduce the research progress of digital humanities in foreign countries.[Results/Conclusions] The main difference of domestic digital humanities research lies in the low degree of participation of computer science and humanities. In international digital humanities research, there are seven groups and two research topics in computer science, and five groups and two research topics in ARTS&HUMANITIES. In addition, there is relatively little cooperation between basic subjects(computer science and information science) and humanities(ARTS&HUMANITIES OTHER TOPICS and son) in international digital humanities research, The advanced technologies in computer science are not quickly integrated into the research of humanities disciplines. It is suggested that domestic computer science and humanities should be deeply involved in the research of digital humanities, and the cooperation between basic subjects and applied subjects of digital humanities should be strengthened.
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    Digital Humanities Education Practice of Stanford University and Library Support Services
    DING Jingda, LU Ying
    Agricultural Library and Information    2019, 31 (11): 15-22.   DOI: 10.13998/j.cnki.issn1002-1248.2019.10.19-0832
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    Research on the Digital Humanities education practice and library support service of Stanford University, a world famous university, can provide relevant references for the universities and their libraries in China. Through literature and network research and analysis, it is concluded that there are three forms of Digital Humanities Curriculum Education in Stanford University: joint specialty, minor courses and certification courses. The project practice is emphasized, which provides an opportunity for Stanford University Library to participate in Digital Humanities education. It actively participates in Digital Humanities Education by means of embedding curriculum teaching, setting up research centers and providing technical support. It enlightens us that Digital Humanities Education in Colleges and universities in China should enrich teaching forms, set up the feedback mechanism, and give full play role to the service and support of their libraries, so as to actively promote the development of Digital Humanities Education Practice in China.
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