SPARC-ACRL forum "Understanding the Implications of Open Education: MOOCs and More" June 29, 2013
UCREL Summer School in Corpus Linguistics
ESRC Summer School in Corpus Approaches to Social Science
ERC Summer School in GIS for the Digital Humanities
The Ohio State University Libraries have announced several openings as part of its Research and Education Faculty Librarian Cohort Search, including a Digital Humanities Librarian [pdf], a Geospatial Information Librarian [pdf], and a Data Management Services Librarian [pdf].
Reporting to the Academic Technology Manager, the Lead Academic
Programmer architects and writes code for humanities and
digital humanities projects, and provides project management
and development team oversight for designated projects. This
includes three primary areas: web development, instructional
programming, and faculty-driven digital research projects.
I’ve built a Git Data Viewer, which wraps around a git repository (not necessarily GitHub), and exposes some information about the contents in a more data-user-friendly way than the standard GitHub view.
In this report on the Digital Humanities & Libraries THATCamp, Michelle Dalmau draws out and discusses six broad themes that emerged from the sessions. As an organizer and attendee, Dalmau also invites fellow campers to respond with their own versions of camp stories.
This competition is for research papers looking at some aspect of the national, regional, or international practice of the Digital Humanities.
This survey is intended for scholars, researchers and practitioners within the Digital Humanities. All data will remain anonymous.
Proposals in any area of the Digital Humanities are invited. Please see our Information for Authors page for instructions on how to submit a proposal to us.
We hope to provide a forum that will help us identify digital humanists in Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries or researchers from other parts of the world that work primarily in these languages, as well as providing them with the opportunity to share their work