Please join us for Coffee & Learn in Bartlett 201 every Monday afternoon from 3:00 to 4:00 pm. Members of Dartmouth's Digital Humanities community will be leading mini-workshops on tech tools for teaching and research. Presentations will be brief, and there will be plenty of time for hands-on practice over delicious cappuccino! To register for [...]
Go behind the scenes of The Dartmouth Vietnam Project (DVP), a collaboration between the Dartmouth College Library and the History Department, through a new promotional video. Since 2014, the DVP has trained students in the art and method of oral history, preparing them to conduct interviews with members of the Dartmouth community who experienced the [...]
The Dartmouth College Library would like to invite you to celebrate the 2016 International Open Access Week, which will take place from Monday, October 24th- Friday, October 28th across Dartmouth's campus. Open Access Week is a global, community-driven celebration of open access to research, data, code, creative work, and ideas. This year, the Dartmouth’s Scholarly [...]
What is digital humanities? It is a community of practice at the intersection of texts and technologies. Digital humanists seek both to understand human culture (literature, art, media) by using technology, and to understand technology through a humanist lens. Digital humanists use computational methods, build digital collections, design online games, create new media, analyze textual [...]
Have a question about Geographic Information Systems? Stop by the Evans Map Room in Baker-Berry Library most Tuesdays between 1:30pm-3pm with your research questions for in-person assistance from Research Computing.
Digital Humanities and Social Engagement launches with a lecture series. For Spring 2016, speakers include: Lisa Nakamura, University of Michigan, May 10 (Hoffman Lecture) Liz Losh, College of William and Mary, May 19 Lectures are cosponsored by the Leslie Center for the Humanities, the Neukom Institute, and Comparative Literature. Stay tuned for times and locations.
Dartmouth College's Academic Cluster Initiative seeks to develop teams of faculty who will work together to further interdisciplinary research and teaching in emerging areas of scholarship. A new cluster for Digital Humanities and Social Engagement will investigate how digital technologies impact society, and how DH scholarship can impact public life.
Instructional designers, librarians, technologists, and computing professionals are now holding scheduled office hours in the AHRC. We hope you'll stop by to discuss your teaching, learning, and scholarly projects. AHRC Office Hours – Fall 2015 Master Schedule Monday 1-3pm Jill Baron (Library Liaison: Spanish and Hispanic Studies, Portuguese Studies, Latin American, Latino & Iberian Studies, [...]