The Field Guide to Digital Islamic Law Resources provides instructive links and annotations to SHARIAsource and other Harvard resources, global online digital resources, as well as multimedia resources for teaching. Our Digital Islamic Law Collection builds on this by charting these resources alongside digital content repositories, digital humanities sites and tools, manuscript catalogs and collections, and online dictionaries and reference works. The Field Guide Roundups are weekly highlights of variant digital resources that are delivered straight to your inbox.
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This resource round-up was created by the Program in Islamic Law at Harvard Law School in support of the ISLAMICLAWblog editorial community.*
Educators and researchers around the world are navigating teaching and learning in response to COVID-19 related disruptions and closures. From discussion guides to links to translated primary sources, the following digest features resources for teaching Islamic law and history, and related topics, in virtual settings. Below we provide instructive links and annotations to SHARIAsource and other Harvard resources, global online digital resources, and collected teaching resources. All “COVID-19 and Islamic Law” roundups can be found at this link.