Category Archives: Collaboration

Posts about copyright and intellectual property (though not patents).

Gender, Diversity, Engaged Scholarship and DH

“Build a better panel: Women in DH” is the title of one of Jacqueline Wernimont’s latest projects, a crowdsourced DB of women in DH. –Add yourself to it if you have not yet!– Projects like this remind us that often in the midst of constructing the democratic discourse of Humanities’ digital future, we forget to look at […]

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What Tools Do Digital Humanists Still Need?

The tools that digital humanists use have changed dramatically since people began using the term.  Often, DHers find and adapt existing technologies to new purposes.  However, sometimes software developers build software with the purpose of solving problems digital humanists have already identified (see I’m a software developer and I like to solve digital humanities problems.  I’d like to learn more […]

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Digital Pedagogy and Public Humanities Projects

The degree to which students engage with the broader communities surrounding their academic institutions varies hugely. At campus universities, particularly those more physically separate from towns/cities, it can be common for students to remain ignorant of the current issues and past histories unique to their surroundings. Public humanities initiatives are increasingly offering an antidote to these divisions. […]

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Digital Humanities and Academic Entrepreneurship

What is Academic Entrepreneurship?  How can one become a Humanist Entrepreneur? What does that mean? AE education – How do we adapt and how do we apply to a Humanities ecosystem the training and resources about becoming an entrepreneur that are available to scientific disciplines? Why is AE so important to those disciplines? Is it equally important to the practice […]

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Session proposal: Making Student Work Public

The digital sphere offers humanities instructors a rare and valuable opportunity to have students create knowledge that can transcend the classroom and the class assignment. Whether this knowledge takes the form of Wikipedia entries, websites, contributions to crowdsourcing platforms, or online maps and timelines, it shows undergraduates that they can be contributors to our disciplines, […]

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