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Kim są polscy humaniści cyfrowi?

Maryl, Maciej


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;Who Are Polish Digital Humanists?&lt;br&gt;
To sketch a profile of Polish digital humanists, Maryl draws on the results of a European&lt;br&gt;
survey on scholarly practices and digital needs in the arts and humanities. This survey&lt;br&gt;
was conducted in 2014 and 2015 by the Digital Methods and Practices Observatory&lt;br&gt;
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in the context of the concept of waves of digital humanities: the first wave is simple&lt;br&gt;
digitization, the second entails the use of advanced digital methods, the third harnesses&lt;br&gt;
critical reflection on the epistemology of digital instruments. Maryl proposes to classify&lt;br&gt;
digital humanists by placing them on different points on a spectrum, from those using&lt;br&gt;
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