The Humanities Institute supports faculty who are: (1) working on digital humanities projects that are independent of other institute programming; or (2) seeking support for training in the digital humanities. The Institute can cover a range of expenses including, in full or in part, software (not hardware), attendance at Digital Humanities workshops and other training opportunities, and consultation with other scholars working in related areas in the digital humanities. Support provided on a rolling basis as funds allow; priority deadline in May for projects during the following academic year.
Come lunch and learn during ZSR’s Digital Humanities Brown Bag series. Each session will offer an introduction to a digital tool through“hack and yack,” including a hands-on tutorial followed by a discussion of the affordances of the digital tool and its potential scholarly applications.
Each session will be held in ZSR’s new Digital Scholarship Suite (ZSR 667) from 12:00-1:00 pm and led by Digital Humanities Research Designer, Carrie Johnston, unless otherwise noted.
Monday, March 12
Building a website with Adobe Spark
Monday, March 19
Building a Researcher Profile with Google Scholar and Humanities Commons
(facilitators: Molly Keener and Carrie Johnston)
Wednesday, March 28
Getting into Digital Mapping with ArcGIS Story Maps
Tuesday, April 3
Mining the HathiTrust Research Corpus
(facilitators: Kelsey Urgo, Kathy Shields, Carrie Johnston, and Molly Keener)
PDC link for series: http://pdc.wfu.edu/events/3049/
DH Talk is a blog-based Word Press site that allows the campus DH Community, a multidisciplinary network of interested faculty and students, to participate in online and up-to-date discussion about the digital humanities, including burning questions and comments about where DH may be headed and comments and announcements about workshops and interesting projects on campus and around the country. We also share handy tips regarding new and older digital tools, and more.