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DHN 2018 | University of Helsinki

The 3rd conference of the association of Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries (DHN) will be held at the University of Helsinki March 7–9, 2018. The conference is organised by HELDIG – the Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities at the University of Helsinki, the Faculty of Arts.

In 2018, the conference seeks to extend the scope of digital humanities research covered, both into new areas, as well as beyond the Nordic and Baltic countries. This year, the conference welcomes in particular work related to the following themes: History, Cultural Heritage, Games, and Future.

The overarching theme this year is Open Science. This pragmatic concept emphasises the role of transparent and reproducible research practices, open dissemination of results, and new forms of collaboration, all greatly facilitated by digitalisation. All proposals are invited to reflect on the benefits, challenges, and prospects of open science for their own research. Please see the full CFP for more information.

 

Source: DHN 2018 | University of Helsinki

CFP: New England Scholarship Collective Workshop, “Making it Digital” – mimber@bates.edu – Bates College Mail

Call for Proposals: “Making it Digital”Sponsor: New England Digital Scholarship Collective Location: Northeastern University, BostonDate: October 20, 2017The New England Digital Scholarship Collective invites lightning talk proposals for the October 20,

The New England Digital Scholarship Collective invites lightning talk proposals for the October 20, 2017 Workshop “Making it Digital.” We welcome talks that showcase examples of how one may incorporate open-source digital tools and methodologies into classroom activities and assignments across humanities disciplines. We encourage presenters to raise questions about how computational approaches complement conventional teaching approaches in humanities classrooms. Each talk should be no more than 5 minutes long and should illustrate an example of DH pedagogy in action. Additionally, Lightning Talk presenters will be invited to participate in a hands-on pedagogy session later in the day, facilitating discussions within small groups composed of individuals seeking to integrate digital tools into existing “analog” classroom assignments.In your proposal, please briefly describe the assignment you’d like to discuss. Aspects you may want to cover include, but are not limited to:learning objectives/desired outcomes for the

Aspects you may want to cover include, but are not limited to:

  • learning objectives/desired outcomes for the assignment
  • why you chose to make it digital
  • how the assignment went from your perspective
  • what, if anything, your students had to say about it

Proposals should be no more than 200 words and should be submitted to Kristen Abbott Bennett (kristen.abbottbennett@gmail.com) no later than September 1, 2017.

how the assignment went from your perspectivewhat, if anything, your students had to say about itProposals should be no more than 200 words and should be submitted to Kristen Abbott Bennett (kristen.abbottbennett@gmail.com) no later than September 1, 2017.

how the assignment went from your perspectivewhat, if anything, your students had to say about itProposals should be no more than 200 words and should be submitted to Kristen Abbott Bennett (kristen.abbottbennett@gmail.com) no later than September 1, 2017.

The New England Digital Scholarship Collective invites lightning talk proposals for the October 20, 2017 Workshop “Making it Digital.” We welcome talks that showcase examples of how one may incorporate open-source digital tools and methodologies into classroom activities and assignments across humanities disciplines. We encourage presenters to raise questions about how computational approaches complement conventional teaching approaches in humanities classrooms. Each talk should be no more than 5 minutes long and should illustrate an example of DH pedagogy in action. Additionally, Lightning Talk presenters will be invited to participate in a hands-on pedagogy session later in the day, facilitating discussions within small groups composed of individuals seeking to integrate digital tools into existing “analog” classroom assignments.In your proposal, please briefly describe the assignment you’d like to discuss. Aspects you may want to cover include, but are not limited to:learning objectives/desired outcomes for the assignmentwhy you chose to make it digitalhow the assignment went from your perspectivewhat, if anything, your students had to say about itProposals should be no more than 200 words and should be submitted to Kristen Abbott Bennett (kristen.abbottbennett@gmail.com) no later than September 1, 2017.

Source: CFP: New England Scholarship Collective Workshop, “Making it Digital” – mimber@bates.edu – Bates College Mail

Call for Articles: Diversity and Inclusion in the College Classroom

Faculty Focus is accepting article submissions for an upcoming special report on Diversity and Inclusion in the College Classroom. Articles should be between 750-1000 words in length.

The post Call for Articles: Diversity and Inclusion in the College Classroom appeared first on Faculty Focus.

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CFP: Canadian Society for Digital Humanities < dh+lib: where the digital humanities and librarianship meet

The Canadian Society for Digital Humanities/Société canadienne des humanités numériques has issued a call for proposals for their annual meeting, to be held in conjunction with the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, at the University of Calgary, May 30-June 1, 2016. The Society encourages “scholars, practitioners, and graduate students” to submit proposals “on all topics relating to theory and practice in the evolving field of the digital humanities.” Selected papers from the conference will be published in a special issue of the CSDH/SCHN society journal, Digital Studies/Le champ numériqueProposals are due on December 10, 2015.

For those interested in attending consecutive/overlapping library and DH conferences, note that the Conference of the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians is scheduled for May 28-31, 2016, also at the University of Calgary.

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