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Digital Liberal Arts Exchange Roadshow

Join the local DH community as we learn about and plan for the new Mellon-funded project, Digital Liberal Arts Exchange. The DLAx, recently written up in Inside Higher Ed, seeks to explore options for developing a sustainable and scalable approach to

Shared Course Planning: Updates and Questions

Results of our Course-Planning Call 11/1/13 A warm thank you to those of you who were able to join us on our conference call  to discuss the possibility of offering shared, for-credit DH courses. Notes on our conversation and next

Boston DH Retreat Bibliography

In response to public demand, we share below a link to the assigned readings and additional DH bibliography for the Introduction to DH Faculty Retreat held August 17 and 18, 2013.  Many thanks to Patsy Baudoin and Lindsay Whitacre for

Introduction to DH Faculty Retreat, August 17-18, Dedham, MA

“Introduction to Digital Humanities” Faculty Retreat When: August 17 and 18, 2013 Where: MIT Endicott House, Dedham, Massachusetts Registration (link at bottom of page)   The Boston Digital Humanities Consortium is pleased to announce a very special faculty professional development opportunity,

DH Syllabi Collection

We’re starting to collect syllabi from digital-humanities-related courses and projects from those willing to share them (as we decided we’d do in our last general meeting).  See our budding collection and email David Wedaman if you’d like to share your own.

WGBH Open Vault Collections Seeks Collaborators

WGBH has received a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to bring the hidden treasures in WGBH’s Media Library and Archives to light. We hope to increase public awareness of the vast collections that digital repositories hold by publishing our entire archive catalogue online,

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ARTigo needs taggers!

The ARTigo project, a social image tagging engine in development at the University of Munich, Germany needs taggers. For more information, please see About ARTigo.

Boston DH Consortium General Meeting April 23

The second general meeting of the Boston Digital Humanities Consortium is Tuesday, April 23, at 1PM at MIT (Building 51, room 275). Representatives of participating institutions (or institutions that want to start participating) are welcome. RSVP to David Wedaman.  Agenda

Ithaka S+R US Faculty Survey has been released

From a Digital Humanities perspective, this survey provides an interesting overall view of how researchers, librarians, instructors, students, etc. are adapting and/or implementing their teaching, learning, and publishing practices to new (digital) methodologies and approaches. (contains links to the

DH Post-Doc Fellowship at Bowdoin College

Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, is recruiting for a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities to begin in Fall, 2013. More information on the Bowdoin website: