Welcome to the RSA digital resources site on Humanities Commons! On this member-curated site you will find a range of digital resources that we’ve selected and annotated for research, teaching, and exploration. 

Each project or tool is presented as its own short page, including a title, URL, sample image of a page, a short description, and one or more thematic ‘tags’ (see the list at right, or use the ‘search’ box to find any word in any title or description).

Your feedback on current content is welcome and please be in touch if you have any content in need of correction or updating. We hope you’ll provide us with suggestions!

Future plans for this space include thematic essays, reading groups, and other resources that will be of use to RSA members and digital humanities users and practitioners.

Something missing or wrong? Tell us here. Comments can be directed to rsa@rsa.org

For other resources including a help-desk, discussions, and reading groups visit RSA on Humanities Commons

Students can also request to join the RSA Student Community

The RSA provides this resource as a service to members. The content and comments posted by participants represent their own views, not the view of the RSA, and their appearance here does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent, on the part of the RSA. The RSA’s Professional Conduct Policy is in effect for this resource: https://www.rsa.org/page/rsapcc

Special thanks to Angela Dressen, Amanda Madden, Brian Maxson, Richard Freedman, and Sarah Watson for their contributions to the project and curation of resources.