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    • Canadians
      Just like the title says, let's share what's going on in Canada in the Digital Humanities,
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    • DH & Poetry
      This group aims to join the experiences of researchers, professors, students, writers o any person interested in poetry in any language and from all times (from medieval to modern and contemporary verse) and to learn about the different projects around these kind of texts on the web: from digital textual academic databases, repertoires, digitized materials in libraries to blogs about poetry, rom primary to secondary sources, from academic to personal projects. We'd like to share our experiences in relation to the use of digital tools and resources applied to verse (the use of TEI-XML module verse, the use of MEI for verse with music, verse onthologies, etc.), networking and crowdsourcing.
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    • 3 years, 4 months ago

      Profile photo of Gimena del Rio Riande Gimena del Rio Riande

    • DH Africa
      A group for people interested in sharing ideas and experiences doing digital work on/in Africa. Areas of interest include, but are not restricted to, social media and blogging; digital pedagogy; online repositories & databases; international partnerships, best practices, research ethics, and the digital divide.
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    • DH in India
      A group to discuss DH projects and initiatives in India. What kinds of DH topics are Indian scholars interested in? Other ideas for conversation: what do scholars need to produce DH scholarship in India, DH resources and centers in India, digital pedagogy, etc. Please post additional topics!
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    • DH in Ireland 2014
      A collaborative group consisting of graduate students, researchers and practitioners in the field of Digital Humanities throughout Ireland.
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    • DH in the Curriculum
      A group for people who want to talk about curricular and pedagogical issues around DH in the classroom. Like, how much theory to teach, what should the students read, and where does that theory belong in the program? How do you scaffold TEI and XSLT so that students can began doing real things as soon as possible? Who teaches XSLT? Would Python do as well as XSLT (our Computer Science department teaches Python? And as an ABET-accredited program, they don't know how to teach courses to humanities majors without challenging their accreditation. You probably have better questions than this!
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    • 3 years, 4 months ago

      Profile photo of Scott Kleinman Scott Kleinman

    • Digital Archaeologists
      A group for those who use digital tools to investigate humanity's past through material culture.
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    • Digital Humanities Alberta
      A group for talking about the digital humanities in Alberta, Canada. Bringing together folk from the U of Alberta, U of Lethbridge, and U of Calgary.
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    • Implementing New Knowledge Environments
      The Implementing New Knowledge Environments (http://inke.ca) is a Canadian project trying to understand the future of reading through reading’s past and to explore the future of the book from the perspective of its history. This group is for anyone in INKE or not who is interested in the interface to the future of the book.
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    • In(ter)dependent and (Un)affiliated
      A group for those who may not have a more formal group or affiliation (or even those who are within the academic system, though frequently left to their own devices in the DH realm). Great Digital Humanities work can be done from outside the University. Let this be a home to the independent scholars/researchers, the unaffiliated, the nontraditional, the alternative and nonprofit educators; let this be a place of connection and conversation for those who's voices it may be hardest to hear: the contingent and the un- or under-funded.
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    • 3 years, 4 months ago

      Profile photo of Adam Heidebrink Adam Heidebrink

    • Keystone DH
      An emerging group to support the digital humanities in Pennsylvania. Our goal is to foster collaboration and digitally inflected scholarship and pedagogy within and between our academic institutions. And, yeah, Ben Franklin most definitely would be a digital humanist...
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    • 3 years, 4 months ago

      Profile photo of Dawn Childress Dawn Childress

    • King's College London
      Staff, students and visitors at the Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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    • Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
      For twenty years, the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media has used digital media and technology to preserve and present history online, transform scholarship across the humanities, and advance historical education and understanding. The purpose of this group is to collect thoughts by the Center's diverse staff about their "Day of DH."
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    • SF Bay Area DH
      @SFBay_DH is currently an informal group of individuals in the San Francisco Bay Area with a shared interest in digital humanities research, tool and project development, and/or pedagogy. Our goal is to foster a vibrant digital humanities community by raising awareness of local projects, tools and people, as well as promoting events (lectures, workshops, free classes, etc.) held in the region. We aim to start holding in-person meet-ups in the fall or winter, but in the meantime, our mailing list is open for discussions and announcements. Digital Humanists have generally been affiliated with the following universities, but we welcome everyone! UC Berkeley Cal State East Bay San Jose State Santa Clara University Stanford University St. Mary's College UC Davis University of San Francisco Holding an upcoming event or workshop? Share it here! We hope to use this DayofDH space as a community space to see what individuals are up to at various institutions, share upcoming events, and follow along DayofDH posts to see what 'bay area' digital humanists are up to.
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    • UCSB Digital Humanities
      A group to consolidate the blogs of any and everyone at UCSB participating in DAYofDH2014.
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