The Digital Humanities Incubator is a collaboration between MITH and the University Libraries intended to help introduce University of Maryland faculty, staff, and graduate assistants to digital humanities through a series of workshops, tutorials, “office hours,” and project consultations.
THATCamps (The Humanities And Technology Camp) are a rapidly growing set of user-generated unconferences for technologists and humanities professionals. THATCamps are Collaborative: Everyone participates, including in the task of setting an agenda or program. Informal: There are no lengthy proposals, papers, presentations, or product demos. The emphasis is on productive, collegial work or free-form discussion.
How is programming taught at the University of Maryland? Are there any substantive difference in the way faculty and staff in different departments communicate the core ideas of the practice? This round table discussion will gather members of the campus community from different disciplines and colleges to publicly compare notes and discover whether there are
I want to ask the related questions of where we are and where we are headed in the digital humanities. Since I am an historian, I approach these questions by asking where we have been and how we got here. Digital Humanities 1.0 was the use of information technology and computing to produce forms of