HASTAC has compiled an excellent toolbox for Digital Humanities scholars that includes resources for media creation/annotation, project management, citation management, archive management, data mapping, visualization, publishing and more. You can check it out here.
Here's a good recent article about GIS and Geospatial Data Tools from the ACRL TechConnect Blog. includes an overview of Google Earth, ArcGIS, CartoDB, as well as a variety of Open Source applications.
A qualitative data analysis package, Atlas.ti helps researchers to organize and analyze complex textual and multimedia data. The software allows users to classify, sort and arrange thousands of pieces of information, accommodating a wide range of research methods.
A web archiving service that creates an interactive copy of any web page that you browse, including content revealed by your interactions such as playing video and audio, scrolling, clicking buttons, and so forth.
Documenting the Now responds to the public's use of social media for chronicling historically significant events as well as demand from scholars, students, and archivists, among others, seeking a user-friendly means of collecting and preserving this type of digital content.
Take control of your research photos with Tropy, a tool that shortens the path from finding archival sources to writing about them. Spend more time using your research photos, and less time searching for them.
A web-based text reading and analysis environment. It is a scholarly project that is designed to facilitate reading and interpretive practices for digital humanities students and scholars as well as for the general public.