Definition: data marked up, however lightly or heavily, in ways which reflect the semantic content of a text, rather than its structure.
Definition: the derivation of meaningful data from a large body of unstructured data, using automated methods to reveal structure and associations.
Definition: the visual representation of data in an attempt to show otherwise hidden patterns and relationships.
Definition: exposed data which can be read by machines along with other data in the same format.
Definition: storage and processing of data entirely on third-party servers, with no local working or copies.
These resources provide further information regarding the digital tools covered in this course.
The glossary contains a list of terms used in the training modules with a brief explanation.
The tools audit is a detailed list of digital tools used for studying History. Each entry contains a brief description of what they do and how they have been used. Note: the tools audit is held on History Online and this link will take you to that website.
This is a list of resources mentioned in the training modules.