RECOMMENDED: Ian Linkletter on Gettin’ Air with Terry Greene

Earlier this month, a podcast episode was released by Gettin’ Air with Terry Greene, featuring Ian Linkletter. Linkletter is a educational technology librarian, currently being sued by Proctorio, a surveillance technology company. The episode addresses his transition to librarianship from educational technology, and he emphasizes the need for librarians to critically engage with the tools ...

PROJECT: DĂ­a de los muertos: Altar digital

Día de los muertos: Altar digital is an ArcGIS StoryMap journey through Hispanic literary heritage. It walks users through different authors, elements, and works that are placed on an ofrenda, created in 2020 by Roselia Bañuelos, Chris Flakus, Julio Antonio Molinete, Elías David Navarro, María Sánchez Carbajo, Alonzo Silavong, and Katerin Zapata at the University ...

RESOURCE: Refreshed Sites for Blackwell Companions to Digital Humanities

The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) has published a new site for the Blackwell Companions to Digital Humanities. This new site for A Companion to Digital Humanities (2004) and A Companion to Digital Literary Studies (2008) is aimed towards long term preservation and a full text search has been added. According to the project’s GitHub repository, The content ...

EVENT: 2022 Symposium on African Digital Humanities: African Archives and Digital Recovery

African DH@KU is hosting the 2022 Symposium on African Digital Humanities: African Archives and Digital Recovery on October 6, 2022. Hosted on Zoom, the symposium includes two panels, a keynote by Dr. Roopika Risam (Dartmouth College) and a closing dialogue with Jennifer Hart (Wayne State University) and Kuukuwa Manful (SOAS, University of London). This year’s ...

EVENT: Sharing your Digital Collections

Deep South DH is hosting a free online workshop on “accessible ways to upload and share your own projects online,” “Sharing Your Digital Collections.” We will be joined by University of Idaho librarians from the CollectionBuilder team, who will lead participants through getting started and setting up CollectionBuilder to host an interactive, digital project for free. ...

EVENT: ACRL DSS PDC: What do we do differently? Perspectives on Digital Project Management in Libraries and Archives

The ACRL Digital Scholarship Section Professional Development Committee is hosting a webinar, “What do we do differently? Perspectives on Digital Project Management in Libraries and Archives” on Friday, October 21st starting at 1pm (Central). Orchestrating a complete digital project management lifecycle to preserve and make archival collections accessible online can often be a challenge. The ...

CFP: HASTAC 2023: Critical Making & Social Justice

The Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC), in partnership with Pratt Institute,  has issued a CFP for it’s 2023 conference: Critical Making and Social Justice. From the announcement: HASTAC 2023 welcomes submissions from practitioners at all stages of their careers; from all disciplines, occupations, and fields; and from groups as well as ...

CFP: International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) Web Archiving Conference

The 2023 IIPC Web Archiving Conference: Resilience and Renewal issued a call for proposals, open until November 1st, 2022. The conference itself will have in-person and online days. Presentation categories for the in-person days include 20-minute presentations, 60-minute panels, posters and demos (with accompanying 5-minute lightning talks), workshops, and tutorials. Online presentation categories include 20-minute ...

OPPORTUNITY: Managing Editor for Reviews in Digital Humanities

Reviews in Digital Humanities is looking for a Managing Editor, and offering a $5,000 honorarium for each year of commitment (with the possibility of renewal). Applicants will be considered starting October 15th, and would begin November 1, 2022 to October 31, 2023. From the description of the role: The role of the Managing Editor includes: ...

OPPORTUNITY: Building Legal Literacies for Text Data Mining Institute

UC Berkeley Library has been awarded nearly $50,000 by the NEH Digital Humanities Advancement Grant Program to fund the study of legal and ethical issues in cross-border text data mining, which builds on a 2019 project, Legal Literacies for Text Data Mining, Cross-Border (LLTDM-X). The goals of LLTDM-X are: …to design instructional materials and institutes ...

JOB: Digital Scholarship Librarian (University of Idaho)

From the announcement: The University of Idaho Library and CollectionBuilder team seeks an innovative, flexible, and highly collaborative individual who will help promote, document, and teach the open source static web digital collections platform, CollectionBuilder. This position will closely collaborate with CollectionBuilder team members to build community around the tool through the execution and administration of their ...