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Below, find regularly updated links to current writing on the state of digital humanities. Click a month/year to see posts for that time period.

November 2016

We’re Looking for dh+lib Review Editors-at-Large for Spring 2017

Resource: Sticky Notes and Small Groups, Digital Work in the Classroom

Editor’s Choice: Researcher 2020, Does the Library Still Matter to Social Scientists?

Editors’ Choice: Protecting Contributor Anonymity

RECOMMENDED: Caring About Access

POST: Submissions to DH2017 (pt. 1)

POST: Three Questions with Yasmeen Shorish and Kevin Hegg

POST: Is Open Access Enough? Strategies for Healthier OA

CFParticipation: Please: Help Build the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election

CFP: Global Digital Humanities Symposium at Michigan State University

Resource: Teach Access Tutorial

CFP: Library Publishing Coalition Forum

Job: Zooniverse GLAM/Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow

Funding: UF Grants, Creative Campus Catalyst Fund and Scholar-in-Residence

Editors’ Choice: Early African American Film, Reconstructing the History of Silent Race Films, 1909-1930

Job: Ivy Plus Web Resources Collection Librarian, Columbia University Libraries

Job: Digital Humanities Analyst, University of Exeter

RESOURCE: Growing Pains and Growing Pleasures in Digital History: Announcing the November Issue of Perspectives

PROJECT: Early African American Film: Reconstructing the History of Silent Race Films, 1909-1930

JOB: Ivy Plus Web Resources Collection Librarian, Columbia University Libraries

JOB: Program Assistant, Digital Public Library of America

October 2016

Interviewing Mark C. Marino: HASTAC, Digital Humanities, and Critical Code Studies

Mediate: Identifying the real bestsellers of the 18th century

Playlists for Learning Challenge Grantee Convening in Mountain View, CA

Trust and the Digital Literacy Toolkit

September 2016

Ten Key Ways To "Do" College: How to Get A Better Education for a Better Life

BSECS Prize for Best 18th-C. Digital Resource

Interview with Lisa Nakamura: Everyday Digital Lives

Mapping Frances Burney’s Evelina

"Hello World!" My Introduction.

Congratulations to the DML 6 Playlists for Learning Challenge grantees!

Designing a Digital Humanities Initiative: Background & Campus DH Survey

WIKIPEDIA, KAHOOT!, PADLET AND ALL

About the CUNY Humanities Alliance

Teaching the Syllabus–On the Second Day of Class

August 2016

Are We All Feeling Like Victims? The Disease of a Pathogenic Time

Why I Don’t Worry (Much) About Student Accommodations

How Can I Assign Public Writing and Ensure Student (and Prof) Safety? (Getting Started #7)

Information professionals can lead the fight against information overload

Recap: Futures Initiative Peer Mentoring Workshop

CONGRATULATIONS HASTAC SCHOLAR WHITNEY PHILLIPS, WINNER OF the 2016 BAYM AWARD

Updating to Remain the Same: An Interview with Wendy Chun

WWP Intertextual Networks Seeking Collaborators

Making a 360-Degree Urban History Video

Announcing the publication of Network Ecologies, a multimedia Scalar project

Resources on "Educating Higher": Keynote and Links to my #DigPed Keynote

Tired of Assigning Term Papers (Your Students Are Too): Here Are Some Alternatives

New guide to data-driven decision-making for library improvement

Interpret, understand and teach the ACRL’s new Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.

July 2016

Humanities Scholars Interested in Digital Publishing: A National Survey

Easy Video Embedding is Now Available on HASTAC - Learn How!

New tutorials on network analysis with Cytoscape

June 2016

New book chapter

May 2016

NEH Digging into Data Challenge

April 2016

Scholarly Communication, Monetary Networks, and the Control of Knowledge

Materials on Image-Mining for Medical History

March 2016

Money and Time

December 2015

A better way to teach technical skills to a group

Save Ashgate

November 2015

Digital Humanities Summer Institute

October 2015

ProQuest CANCELS/RESTORES RSA’s EEBO Access

Rehabbing DH101

September 2015

The (sort-of) selfies class

August 2015

What’s in your conference travel bag?

“Stronger and Whiter Light Down Deeper and Darker Holes”: Jacob Sarnoff and the Strange World of Anatomical Filmmaking

July 2015

What’s Next: The Radical, Unrealized Potential of Digital Humanities