Since there is a plethora of different digitals tools, platforms, databases and virtual research environments popping up these days we are trying to give a curated overview on those which seem to us recommendable for historians.
The GIS Hub has recently been established at UZH as a service center that offers free support in the field of geoinformation systems (GIS) and cartography for research and teaching.
Interdisciplinary project: Daniel Ursprung (Department of History), Institute of Geography, Department Digitale Lehre und Forschung, UFSP Sprache und Raum
In addition to the individual advisory services, workshops are held regularly.
hypothes.is: a software project for collecting comments about statements made in any web-accessible content
The Programming Historian: a peer-reviewed academic journal of Digital Humanities and Digital History methodology
Kompass Geschichtsstudium: basic principles of historical studies by Historisches Seminar
SciFlow: managing different templates for scientific manuscripts
HumanitiesConnect: a platform publishing short articles from the Humanities and Social Sciences as to form multi-authored and interdisciplinary discourses
This list is being permanently completed and updated.