Category Archives: Collaboration
My public notes from today’s session: tinyurl.com/ch9e37f We discussed possibly forming a Google Group to share instructional materials … Comment here and I can create the group or determine other forms of alt-communication. Snack time!
Here are my notes for the second session on collaborations between faculty and librarians on digital humanities projects: bit.ly/Wk1wOz I should note that we broke out into three sub-groups, and these notes are primarily from my sub-group. So I encourage the notetakers … Continue reading
Let’s dump out all the crayons and make a mess or How long would it take to get at all the cool digital stuff our libraries have?
This proposal is less a calculated intervention and more (in the spirit of THATCamp?) a loose whirlwind of things I’ve been thinking about. Also, I notice we have a number of good proposals for discussion sessions—I’m looking forward to Re-Skilling … Continue reading
Hello all, I’m interested in hearing how people are collaborating with faculty on digital humanities research projects. My experiences have been limited to obtaining data sets for them, introducing them to DH tools, and/or connecting them to campus centers that … Continue reading
How have DH projects evolved from “boutique” to modular/sustainable over the years? What are faculty, librarians, and academic technologists at your institution or organization doing to create sustainable, adaptable models that can be used by multiple DH projects? Why have … Continue reading