RESOURCE: Data Literacy Cookbook

The Data Literacy Cookbook is now available. Edited by Kelly Getz (Associate Professor and S.T.E.M. Librarian at Eastern Michigan University) and Meryl Brodsky (Liaison Librarian for the School of Information and the Moody College of Communication at the University of Texas – Austin), the cookbook helps librarians prepare to teach a broad range of data ...

EVENT: Making More Sense With Machines

AEOLIAN (Artificial Intelligence for Cultural Organisations) will offer an upcoming online workshop, Making More Sense With Machines: AI/ML Methods for Interrogating and Understanding Our Textual Heritage in the Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. Hosted by University of Illinois and the HathiTrust Research Center, this workshop will be held November 29-30 from 10am – 2pm ...

EVENT: Reframing Failure: Setting the Failure Agenda

Organized by the University of London’s School of Advance Study, Reframing Failure: Setting the Failure Agenda is a free virtual seminar being held on November 15 (5:00pm GMT). From the event page: In 2012 Lisa Spiro wrote, ‘Not all experiments succeed as originally imagined, but the digital humanities community recognizes the value of failure in ...

EVENT: Building Digital Humanities Symposium

The Building Digital Humanities Symposium is a free, online event organized by Western Sydney University in conjunction with Gale, part of Cengage Group and the Pondicherry University and running November 7-25. The symposium “will explore the conditions in which Digital Humanities (DH) can flourish at institutional, inter-institutional, national and supra-national level, considering issues such as ...

CFP: CNI Pre-Recorded Project Briefing Series

The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) announced its call for its February 2023 pre-recorded project briefings. From the call: Videos should focus on a timely topic or on a specific project related to digital information. We especially invite briefings on recently published reports, and updates on new or ongoing projects, programs, or organizations that may have reported ...

CFP: Latinx Digital Humanities: Method, Theory, and Praxis

Guest editors Lorena Gauthereau, Marissa K. López, and Maira E. Álvarez, welcome submissions for a special issue of Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures, on the topic of “Latinx Digital Humanities: Method, Theory, and Praxis.” From the announcement: This special issue will bring together critical essays, snapshots from the field (e.g. reports, descriptions of ...

OPPORTUNITY: Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Editorial Collective

The The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (JITP) is seeking new members to join their Editorial Collective as the JITP team prepares to migrate the journal’s production and publication process to Manifold. The announcement welcomes applications from a variety of DH and library practitioners interested in gaining experience with academic editorship: We invite applications from graduate ...

JOB: Web and Data Services Developer (Simon Fraser University)

From the announcement: The Web and Data Services Developer designs, develops, and maintains custom web-based and other applications in support of Digital Humanities research and pedagogy at SFU. The position adapts and extends existing open-source software across a variety of platforms, frameworks, and languages. The position works with faculty and others to determine the most ...

JOB: Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship Specialist in Public Scholarship (Bucknell University)

From the announcement: Bucknell University’s Library and Information Technology division is seeking a Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship Specialist with an emphasis on public scholarship to support our vision of transformative and inclusive digital scholarship. The primary goal of this position is to provide support to campus stakeholders who are working on ​​digital scholarship and pedagogy ...

JOB: Data Visualization Librarian (Boston College)

From the announcement: Job Description Boston College Libraries seek a Data Visualization Librarian to join our Digital Scholarship Group (DSG). This position is primarily responsible for digital scholarship collaborations and services related to data visualization. Such activities include consulting on faculty and student data-visualization projects; providing data visualization skills training to faculty and staff; and providing ...

JOB: Head, Digital Scholarship Services Librarian (Michigan State University)

From the announcement: The Michigan State University Libraries seeks a creative, knowledgeable, and user-oriented librarian for the position of Head of Digital Scholarship Services (Librarian I/II). The successful candidate will lead and build a team of innovative and collaborative professionals in the Libraries’ Digital Scholarship Lab and work closely with campus partners across disciplines in ...