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Ressources en ligne pour l'historien
1. Primary sources
- European digital ibrary
- 15 millions of digital objects (only metadata) on line in 2011 coming from many European providers (133)
- Project launched as European reaction to Google, notably google books
- Some tools are provided: timelines, maps, "My Europeana"
- Recension of small digital humanities projects publishing primary sources
- Very good way to discover ressources
- They are assessed by the EHPS team
- Edited by the department of history at the European University Institute
Check out websites of national libraries.
See for instance Gallica.
Important notably to get access to digitised journals, see BNL's digital collections.
European integration / XXth century european
- WWII & Holocaust
- see http://primary-sources.eui.eu/subject/holocaust
2. Secondary sources
- Google Scholar
But, still, interesting tools: cf. Harzing's PoP - who cites who.
- Lots of libraries
- Look at your website critique exercise
- Don't look only at what's on-line.
By Frédéric Clavert