A Digital Scholarship monthly series focusing on basic skills needed for working in the digital humanities. Lightning-talk panel presentations with audience and panel discussion showcase people, projects, and expertise in the Triangle and offer insights into the practical side of being a digital humanist. Accompanying workshops provide hands-on introduction to tools and methods of digital humanists.
Pursuing and sustaining digital projects can be costly. How can scholars make the case for funding an innovative digital project? Perhaps more challenging, how can they maintain the level of support necessary for long-term project success? This panel offers perspectives and advice on how to articulate the value of digital humanities work to a variety of audiences, from granting agencies to administrators, as well as to colleagues and other institutions. Light refreshments will be served.
|Closed||Mon 04/14/14||3:30 PM - 5:00 PM||FHI Garage, Smith Warehouse Bay 4|