Tools & Topics

Collaborative Grant Seeking

Matching a project to the right funding opportunity can be a challenge. Finding the right partners and leveraging our strengths are crucial to successful proposals. University of Florida Grants Manager…

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Teaching Guides in dLOC

dLOC holds a wide range of teaching materials for K-12 and college/university-level courses that are primarily in English. Below are a sample of highlighted courses and teaching materials. Courses &…

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WordPress

Websites created for courses and student projects provide access to class materials and help disseminate student research. WordPress is a free program for website design with many benefits such as…

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Project Management

Project management is a foundational network of skills to initiate, plan, execute, and successfully meet digital humanities objectives. Resources Project Management BasicsMelissa Jerome and Hélène Huet from the University of…

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Minimal Computing

In a virtual session, Alex Gil (Digital Scholarship Librarian at Columbia University Libraries) discussed the value of minimal computing as a method of engaging digital humanities under constraints of software,…

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Copyright & Ethical Reuse

Legal and ethical considerations can be difficult to navigate when teaching with digital tools and incorporating media from different collections and communities across international borders. Knowing the basics–including when you…

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Oral History

Institute participants discussed oral history as a way to engage students and collect perspectives across communities. The institute focused on collecting and sharing oral histories, including relevant tools and ethical…

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Mapping & Timelines

Tools mentioned most often in follow-up interviews after the institute included low-barrier options that students can use to bring together primary sources and analysis into interpretive timelines and maps. StoryMap…

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