There are a number of summer workshops that train scholars in various digital methods.
DHSI (Digital Humanities Summer Institute) – http://www.dhsi.org/
There is a DHSI information session happening on Thursday, November 16th, at Duke.
HILT (Humanities Intensive Learning & Teaching) – http://dhtraining.org/hilt/conferences/hilt-2018/courses/
DHOXSS (Oxford University) – https://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/ (Ask Candace Bailey about her attendance at this workshop.)
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- Wired! Lab “student projects” section on the Undergraduates page
- Wired! Lab course descriptions
- Wired! Lab Zotero
- more to be added…
An overview: My HASTAC experience focused on questions of centering community & communication in our digital work. Questions such as “who is a scholar” were answered “whoever identifies as a scholar”. Emphasis in both research & teaching on inclusivity, shared credit, collaborative ownership & authorship, recognition of different kinds of academic labor, and community exchange/partnerships as public scholarship.
This site will be used to document the work of the Digital Humanities Fellows participating in the NCCU-Duke Digital Humanities Initiative as they participate in workshops and training and develop their courses and projects.