Here is a list of required and recommended readings:

Vermeylen, S. and Pilcher, J. (2009), Let the objects speak (required)

Simone, N. (2010), From Me to We (required)

Eric Klinenberg and Claudio Benzecry, Cultural-Production-In-A-Digital-Age

Fiona Cameron and Sarah Kenderdine, Theorizing digital cultural heritage

Nina Simon, Principles of Participation

Before You Were Born: We Were Digitizing Texts

Christa Williford and Charles Henry, One Culture: Computationally intensive research in the humanities and social sciences

Paul Mulholland and Trevor Collin, Using Digital Narratives to Support the Collaborative Learning and Exploration of Cultural Heritage

Clifford Lynch, Digital Collections, Digital Libraries, and the Digitization of Cultural Heritage Information

Erling Bjögvinsson, Pelle Ehn, and Per-Anders Hillgren, Design Things and Design Thinking; Contemporary Participatory Design Challenges

Alaa Sadik, Digital storytelling- a meaningful technology-integrated approach for engaged student learning

Marilyn Deegan and Simon Tanner, Conversion of Primary Sources 

James O’Sullivan (Ed.), Digital Arts & Humanities: Scholarly Reflections

Todd Presner, Hypercities: A Case Study for the Future of Scholarly Publishing 

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