As the studying and building of digital research tools for humanities scholarship. For me, this entails trying to offer informed guidance to the historians who want to use digital research tools (but can't build them) and the developers who can build these digital research tools (but won't be using them).
— James Baker
NB: Refresh the page to get a new definition. Quotes were pulled from participants from the Day of DH between 2009-2012. As of December 2012, the database contains over 500 rows and randomly selects a quote each time the page is loaded. If you want to do something cool with the data, I am providing a download for the CSV I compiled here.