The Drupal for Humanists continues to expand with additional materials. 

If you're looking for the images and data to import into the example site are also linked under chapter 14.


The following table includes a randomly-selected set of the modules used in Drupal for Humanists and on the site. Click the "more" link to see the full list, which can be filtered by category.

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Two-Factor Authentication Security

Enables two-factor authentication (e.g. requiring users to enter their password, and also a code texted to the user's cell phone).

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Automated Logout Security

Lets you log users out after a certain period of inactivity.

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Node Convert Content type configuration

Allows you to convert an existing node from one content type to another.

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Biblio Misc

Allows you to maintain a structured bibliography, display bibliographic citations, and import bibliographic data using a variety of formats (including BibTex, MARC, and EndNote). Also provides Zotero-compatible embedded metadata for bibliography pages.

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jQuery Update Plumbing

Allows you to update the version of the jQuery library that Drupal uses, which is required for some modules.

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