* Schedule change! Visualizing DH Data (Tableau) – Paul Foster has been moved to 2:30, in the 4th floor open area!
Printouts will be available at the registration desk Tuesday Morning!- note change above
See you soon!
Digital Humanities -or any new form of digital scholarship- can also bring new technical challenges. In a 2015 EDUCAUSE article The Digital Humanities Are Alive and Well and Blooming: Now What?, the author raised the question “what about those innovative digital resources that are not quite large enough to be self-sustaining?” Examples of such (DHs) projects might include: digital archives, online exhibits, digital storytelling sites, wiki or blog sites for presenting research results, companion sites for print publications, etc. In this session, let’s talk about the infrastructure and sustainability aspects of DHs projects. Potential leading/discussion points can include: best practices for running popular and stable software tools for DHs, hosting options (local vs cloud) for DHs, funding options for DHs after they “end”, DHs ownership and responsibilities for “finished” projects, etc.
Some campers may not see the “Add a New Post” link when they first login to THATcamp. Once you login, you should see the “Dashboard” for WordPress. Unfortunately some people see the normal home page. If so, be sure you are logged in, then please click this link to access the Dashboard.
Once in the Dashboard, at the top left, click Posts> Add New.
Prepare your post, then in the right sidebar, in the “Secured Categories” area, choose “Proposals” as a Category. (note: you can choose more than one category).
More information on proposing is here.
Registration is now open for THATCamp University of Cincinnati 2016! There is no cost to register. Simply fill out the form on the Registration page. THATCamp University of Cincinnati will take place at Langsam Library on the University of Cincinnati’s main campus on May 2 and 3. See the Schedule page for a preliminary schedule. Sessions will be determined during the opening session on May 2. Do you have an idea for a session? If so, register and then just follow the instruction on the Propose page. We look forward to seeing you in May!
We are pleased to share with you that we have the dates for UC/UCL’s second THATCamp event! THATCamp U Cincinnati 2016 will take place on Monday May 2 and Tuesday May 3, 2016. The event will be at UC Libraries, in the Langsam Library.
More details will be posted as plans develop. We hope that you are able to join us!
THATCamp University of Cincinnati 2016 Planning Team
Arlene Johnson-Associate Senior Librarian, Digital Humanities Strategist, UC Libraries
Lisa Haitz-Software Developer
Suzanne Reller-ARB Reference/Collections Librarian