The following is a list of tools that was created during the HASTAC Scholars Unconference at Michigan State University on May 27, 2015. The descriptions of the tools below are mainly copied taglines from the website, combined with some comments from scholars at the unconference.
The list in a work-in-progress, and please provide any additional tools in the comments below!
Media Creation/Annotation (Video/Audio/Image)
TwitchTV — the world's leading video platform and community for gamers
Acclaim — annotate and collaborate around media files, easily used in the classroom
InqScribe — digital media transcription software, does not look like it's free
ImagePlot — a plugin/macro for ImageJ software which plots out the course of an entire film or game, a distant reading of visual media
ELAN — a professional tool for the creation of complex annotations on video and audio resources.
Trello — desktop workflow program
Asana — collaboration software for teams, where you can assign tasks, etc. Developed by one of the Facebook developers.
Slack — chat system for smaller teams.
Subtask — a web-app for organizing and structuring your projects using mind maps.
TEI — standard for the representation of texts in digital form
TEI Validator Tool — a web-based validation service to make sure the XML in TEI-encoded files is correct
Oxygen XML editor — a complete XML development and authoring platform, that can work to create TEI-encoded files.
TextWrangler — free capable text editor that can be used to edit any text files, formatted according to file ending! Works fine to create TEI-encoded files
Genius — annotate any text, originally created to annotate rap lyrics but can work with anything!
Annotation Studio — a suite of collaborative web-based annotation tools currently under development at MIT.
Voyant Tools — a web-based reading and analysis environment for digital texts.
EXMARaLDA — a system for working with oral corpora on a computer. It consists of a transcription and annotation tool (Partitur-Editor), a tool for managing corpora (Corpus-Manager) and a query and analysis tool (EXAKT).
Zotero — a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.
Mendeley — free reference manager, similar to Zotero, but also an academic social network.
VOSViewer — a software tool for constructing and visualizing bibliometric networks.
Archive/Content Management Systems
Omeka — archive management system which can create complex narratives and share rich collections, adhering to Dublin Core standards.
Scalar — technological platform for born-digital, open source, media-rich scholarly publishing "as easy as blogging," according to the website.
Other Relevant Websites
GitHub — coding/collaboration
Behance — inspiration
Delicious — link sharing