For this DSC Guide Deep Dive, we’re kicking off Pride month by highlighting three notable online projects and resources from Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities related to the LGBTQIA+ community!
There’s still time to register for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2021 – Online Edition! This year’s institute is virtual and includes synchronous and asynchronous offerings available to all interested in digital humanities. Institute Dates: June 7 – 11 & 14 – 18 Institute Cost: Free This summer institute offers a variety of workshops,… Read more »
This week in Digital Humanities, we’re sharing the Digital Museum of Japanese History in New York! Established May 18, 2021, this digital humanities project, also referred to as the Digital Museum of the History of Japanese in NY, is a valuable new resource for AAPI Heritage Month and beyond.Curated by the Japan History Council of… Read more »
Interested in digital humanities, leadership, and professional development? Applications for this year’s Digital Humanities Research Institute are now open! This virtual workshop provides participants with digital humanities training and mentoring. Accepted applicants will receive $1,800 stipends after completing the institute, $500 stipends after leading local institutes, and 20 hours of support. Applications are due May… Read more »
Active reading via annotation is a valuable tool for any scholar. Hypothesis, stylized as Hypothes.is, applies this notetaking skill to online readings by giving users the ability to digitally annotate across the web for free. In this DSC Guide Deep Dive, find out how Hypothesis supports digital learning while promoting active notetaking and collaborative digital… Read more »
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s comic book resources! Tomorrow is a big day for comic fans and comic scholars. In honor of Free Comic Book Day on May 1st, here are two comic book resources within UNT Libraries perfect for research or celebrating comics every day. Government documents are more than just historical… Read more »
Day of DH (Day of Digital Humanities) 2021 is this week! This year’s virtual event is on Thursday, April 29 and the theme is multilingual DH. Don’t forget to follow @dayofdh on Twitter for updates, and be sure to use #dayofDH2021. New this year, you can also use the hashtag to share photos and videos… Read more »
With the recent surge in remote teaching and learning, today’s In the Know on the Go explores Hybrid Pedagogy, a viable open-access resource for academics navigating the realm of digital pedagogy. Hybrid Pedagogy: the Journal of Critical Digital Pedagogy is a cross-disciplinary scholarly journal focused on praxis. This collaborative community and journal approaches teaching and… Read more »
Thanks to a cooperative initiative across Florida’s public universities, PALMM or Publication of Archival, Library & Museum Materials (PALMM) offers digital access to materials. PALMM houses 27,365 items, including entire books, newspaper scans, and photographs, throughout 27 digital collections. But these collections contain more than items focused on Florida! In this DSC Guide Deep Dive,… Read more »
In this series of posts, we hope to showcase some remarkable collections in the UNT Digital Library and beyond. These digital scholarship/digital humanities resources are notable for research or simply just to browse! Today’s remarkable collection is the Texas Fashion Collection.