In February, Austin College hosted a Digital Humanities Colloquium as part of a 2012-13 Mellon Foundation planning grant. Matthew Windsor (Visiting Librarian at Hendrix College) has shared a recap on Eduhacker highlighting the key points of each session along with links to projects, tools, and Colloquium highlighted issues of relevance to the intersection of DH and libraries, particularly in the context of liberal arts colleges. Kevin L. Smith, Scholarly Communications Officer at Duke, spoke about “Copyright and Publishing in the Digital Humanities”; Bob Kieft, College Librarian at Occidental College, addressed the challenge of “Re-Mediating the College Library”; and Angel Nieves, Co-Director of the Digital Humanities Initiative at Hamilton College, emphasized the need for, in Windsor’s words, “deep collaboration with administrators, galleries, libraries, archives and museums (GLAM) for DH projects.”
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