The DARIAH Open blog on open humanities research has compiled a list of open science and digital humanities tools, which could be especially useful to researchers in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unpaywall – a free and legal way to read articles from peer-reviewed journals.
Hypothes.is or Paperhive – open annotation tools to maintain and manage communities around texts.
OSF Meetings – a meeting service run by the Center for Open Science, which offers virtual spaces for sharing presentations and posters.
DARIAH Campus online trainings – this platform brings together training modules from #dariahTeach and the PARTHENOS Training Suite, among other educational resources.
Read the full article: Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra, “Open Science and DH tools that come handy at the time of corona (and beyond),” in DARIAH Open, 16/03/2020, https://dariahopen.hypotheses.org/818.