Fostering a cross disciplinary dialog between the digital humanities and the information sciences
University of Michigan, School of Information
2. Speed dating
(3-5 mins each)
3. Lightning talks & discussion
Speed Dating: Some questions to get you started...
- What work are you doing? Where do you make your contribution?
- What are you reading? What's a recent piece you've encountered that you'd like to share?
- Making:DH::Design:iSchools. Discuss.
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include your email address, Twitter handle, website, or related information(s) for people to get in touch with you!
this link will be tweeted, retweeted, blogged, tumbled, googled...
Does this analogy hold up?
Thinking through making, thinking through design?
What about tools?
For those of you actively doing Digital Humanities work, where do you apply for funding?
is a thing that is potentially important to DH people.
His columns are a load of crap. Or are they?
Are iSchools a/the scholarly home for DH?