"Digital history is an approach to examining and representing the past that takes advantage of new communication technologies such as computers and the Web. It draws on essential features of the digital realm, such as databases, hypertextualization, and networks, to create and share historical knowledge."
A sequel to the previous post about digital history versus digital humanities. In this post, Dr. Robertson emphasizes digital history's focus on teaching. From the blog of Dr. Stephen Robertson, Professor & Director of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (2013- ), George Mason University
From introduction: "This white paper aims to help bridge the argumentative practices of digital history and the broader historical profession. On the one hand, it aims to demonstrate to the wider historical discipline how digital history is already making arguments in different forms than analog scholarship. On the other hand, it aims to help digital historians weave the scholarship they produce into historiographical conversations in the discipline." Arguing with Digital History working group, “Digital History and Argument,” white paper, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (November 13, 2017).
How to Get Started in Digital History (AHA 2014 Session)
The American Historical Association (AHA) shares a variety of resources from several past conferences that address: General Resources; What is Digital History; How Can I Benefit from Digital History; Project Building Blocks; and Problem Solving.