Digital Humanities Workshops is the first volume to focus explicitly on the most common and accessible kind of training in digital humanities (DH): workshops.

Drawing together the experiences and expertise of dozens of scholars and practitioners from a variety of disciplines and geographical contexts, the chapters in this collection examine the development, deployment, and assessment of a workshop or workshop series. In the first section, "Where?", the authors seek to situate digital humanities workshops within local, regional, and national contexts. The second section, "Who?", guides readers through questions of audience in relation to digital humanities workshops. In the third and final section, "How?", authors explore the mechanics of such workshops. Taken together, the chapters in this volume answer the important question: why are digital humanities workshops so important and what is their present and future role?

Digital Humanities Workshops examines a range of digital humanities workshops and highlights audiences, resources, and impact. This volume will appeal to academics, researchers and postgraduate students, as well as professionals working in the DH field. 

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part I|66 pages


chapter 1|13 pages

The Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI)

Community Training Toward Open Social Scholarship 1
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chapter 2|15 pages

Helping Humanists Hack

A Tale of Program Coordination, Classroom Support, Adaptive Pedagogy, and Python
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chapter 3|9 pages

From Curiosity to Importance

DH Workshops for Teachers/Researchers
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chapter 4|8 pages

Digital Humanities Workshops in India

Effective Organizing Pedagogies and Sustainable Contributions to Academia
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part II|67 pages


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chapter 10|11 pages

“Push That Button and See What Happens”

Addressing Technology Anxiety in Library Digital Scholarship Pedagogy
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chapter 11|11 pages

Workshops in Anti-Colonial Digital Humanities

Towards Building Relationships With Critical University and Community Movements
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part III|76 pages


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chapter 15|16 pages

Scaffolding Collaboration

Workshop Designs for Digital Humanities Projects
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chapter 16|10 pages

Critically Reflective and Lighthearted

The Keys to Learning Digital Heritage Skills
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chapter 17|10 pages

Transitioning Synchronous Workshops Into Asynchronous Digital Resources

A Case Study of Project Management and DevDH.org
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chapter 18|11 pages

Tools in a Workshop

Facilitating DH Learning and Teaching Through a Shared Virtual Desktop Environment
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