Mission: “To create a sustained and integrated system of support, training, and research implementation that will not simply ‘bring DH to Claremont,’ but will make the consortium a model community of learning where digital humanities methods and tools inform the work of humanities scholars and students at all levels.” – Mellon Grant Proposal
- Try new technology
- Request workshops for your student group
- Connect with faculty to work on research projects
- Form student groups around various types of technology, including VR, DSLR cameras, Adobe programs, and more
- Get course credit for working on a digital research project
Interested? Contact Digital Research Studio Director, Dr. Ashley Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Schedule a project, course, or assignment design consultation:
Contact Alex_Margolin@cuc.claremont.edu to schedule an appointment with one of the DH@CC team members.
Request workshops for faculty, classes, and student groups on supported digital platforms, such as Scalar, Omeka, and WordPress.
Join a DH methods working group for faculty, grad students, and librarians:
Contact Ashley_Sanders@cuc.claremont.edu if you’re interested in joining or starting a group.
Attend monthly brown bag lunches for faculty teaching with (or interested in teaching with) digital tools. More information soon!
Co-teach an undergraduate DH course with Ashley through the DH Clinic program. See http://bit.ly/DH-clinic for more information.
2017-2018 Planned Events:
- August 25: DH@CC Open House to introduce DH team members, technology, spaces, and the kinds of support that the team can offer
- Monthly “Teaching with Tech” Brown Bags for Faculty: 2nd Tuesday & 2nd Friday of every month in the fall.
- Text Analysis Working Group
- October 27: Fall Claremont Student & Faculty Showcase
- Bite of Learning Presentation at Harvey Mudd
2nd week of January: 2-day Intro to DH Crash Course for faculty & grad students
- Monthly: Teaching with Tech Brown Bags for Faculty: 1st Tuesday & 1st Friday of each month in the spring
- April 6: Spring Symposium
- March 14-18: Workshop in collaboration with Special Collections for American Society for Environmental History Conference
- May 21-25: Summer Institute
As in the past, we will continue to offer DH project consultations, but now with an expanded team of experts! This past year, six Digital Scholarship Fellows joined our team with expertise in everything from media editing to programming in Python and R. If you’d like to meet with one of the team members to discuss your project idea, contact Alex_Margolin@cuc.claremont.edu.