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Are you interested in digital humanities, but you don't know where to start? Are you already working on something great and just want to share? Open Studio is a weekly chance to consult with a DH Librarian, discuss digital scholarship methods and tools, exchange ideas, and form connections with colleagues from different programs and departments. Stop by and check it out! When: Tuesdays, 11am-1pm Where: The Digital Scholar Studio, Green Library...

Reviews in Digital Humanities, a new peer-reviewed journal that seeks to offer scholarly evaluation of projects in digital humanities, has issued its first call for projects with a deadline of September 1st, 2019. [mkdf_blockquote text= title_tag="h2" width=""]The goal of Reviews in Digital Humanities is to foster critical discourse about digital scholarship in a format useful to other scholars. The journal publishes project overviews written by project...

LYRASIS is offering a webinar series on FADGI (Federal Agencies Digitization Guidelines Initiative): Standards-Compliant Still Image Digitization, and we will be tuning-in in the Digital Scholar Studio! From the LYRASIS website: [mkdf_blockquote text="What makes an image a "good" image? How can image quality be measured in a standards-compliant, repeatable fashion? Digitization consumes resources, and there only may be a single opportunity to convert certain collections; how can...

 The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) has issued the call for proposals for DH2020, taking place in Ottawa, Canada on July 20-25, 2020. The conference theme is “carrefours/intersections,” or a place where roads or streets meet. More information can be found in the formal call for proposals.  ...

As part of our new series getting to know the digital scholars of FIU, we sat down with Dr. Hadassah St. Hubert, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow at the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), to talk about her experiences with digital humanities projects and digital scholarship tools   What are your research interests? I finished up my PhD in History at the University of Miami last year, 2018, and...

The History Lab at Columbia University, with support from The American Council of Learned Societies, is hosting a free History as a Data Science workshop, following the 2020 American Historical Society Meeting in New York City. This multi-day workshop is for historians looking to "learn practical and approachable data science skills to analyze digital and digitized texts." Please see the Call for Applications for more information. When:...

On February 18, the FIU Libraries' dLOC (Digital Library of the Caribbean), will be hosting the Caribbean Digital Humanities, a talk by Dr. Alex Gil. At this talk, Dr. Gil, the Digital Scholarship Librarian at Columbia University Libraries, will explore current trends in Caribbean Digital Humanities. This event will be broken into two parts, a lecture (held in GL 220) and a Digital Humanities workshop...

The Florida Digital Humanities Consortium(FLDH), is hosting their inaugural conference at the University of North Florida in March of 2019. FLDH serves as a collective of Florida institutions working in the digital humanities. A call for presentations is now open for the two-day conference, which will be held from March 29-30. For more information on the conference, visit https://www.unf.edu/dhi/Inaugural_FDLH_Conference/ and visit https://fldh.org/ for more information on FLDH.  ...