The authors of will introduce participants to best practices for designing and organizing their first digital humanities project, including how to frame a project appropriately, identify and set attainable goals, build project teams, and find potential tools and resources. Early-career digital humanists are especially encouraged to attend.

This seminar is for humanists, librarians, and instructional technologists who are interested in learning best practices for developing their first digital humanities projects. It is especially relevant for early-career digital humanists, including graduate students and junior scholars planning or considering their first digital project. We encourage scholars and others from the NITLE Network interested in collaborative digital projects to attend in teams if possible.

Please register online by Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Participation in NITLE Shared Academicsevents is open to all active member institutions of the NITLE Network as a benefit of membership and as space allows. No additional registration fee applies.

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