Digital research and teaching across arts and humanities disciplines, drawing together humanists engaged in digital and computer-assisted research, teaching, creation, and dissemination.
Thanks to Brian Rosenblum at U of Kansas for much of this content
- Which college or university?
- Your area of study/research?
- Do you consider yourself a Digital Humanist?
- If no, what Digital Humanities methodologies do you use?
- What are some of the outputs or results of your scholarship?
- Where do your results live?
- What tools and/or resources do you use?
- What support, tools, and/or resources do you get from your campuses?
- What support, tools, and/or resources do you wish were available to you?
- Do you wish you could have different kinds of results or outputs? And if so, what would they be?
- What do you feel is holding you back?
- If you do group work, with whom do you collaborate?