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Upcoming Digital Humanities Training for Textual Research

This installment of NITLE’s series on Building Capacity in Digital Humanities within the NITLE Network, focuses on upcoming training opportunities for liberal arts faculty and staff.
One of the biggest challenges for liberal arts colleges seeking to build capacity in digital humanities is training faculty and staff in new digital methods, especially due to the wide variety of methods [...]

Posted on August 24, 2012 at 10:54 am by Rebecca Davis · Permalink · Leave a comment
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What is Digital Field Scholarship?

The Domain of Digital Field Scholarship

On August 29 at 4 pm EDT Prof. Jim Proctor of Lewis and Clark College will lead a NITLE Seminar on digital field scholarship and offer the opportunity for faculty and staff in the NITLE network to join a sandbox and experiment with this approach over the next academic year.  Some of you may be [...]


D is for Digital (and for Dining): Defining and Normalizing DH through Brown Bag Lunches

In our next installment of NITLE’s series on Building Capacity in Digital Humanities within the NITLE Network, Jen Rajchel, Assistant Director, Tri-Co Digital Humanities (at Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore Colleges), explains efforts to normalize digital humanities conversations across campus by building recognition of the term “digital humanities” and its connection to the campus community.
This past [...]

Posted on August 2, 2012 at 9:37 am by Rebecca Davis · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Seeking Digital Scholarship

This post continues NITLE’s series on Building Capacity in Digital Humanities within the NITLE Network. Daniel Chamberlain, PhD, Director, Center for Digital Learning & Research and Marsha Schnirring, MLIS, Associate Vice-President for Scholarship Technology, both of Occidental College describe how they have sought out capacity in digital scholarship on campus and how the Center for Digital Learning and [...]

Posted on July 31, 2012 at 4:03 pm by Rebecca Davis · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Finding Capacity in Digital Humanities at Liberal Arts Colleges

This post introduces a new series of blog posts on building capacity in the digital humanities at small liberal arts colleges.
How do you find digital humanists who’ve never heard of the digital humanities?   Many small liberal arts colleges are now facing this quandary as they try to build capacity in the digital humanities on [...]

Posted on July 24, 2012 at 10:18 am by Rebecca Davis · Permalink · One Comment
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