We’re Looking for Fall 2019 Editors-At-Large!

Greetings, friends! The dh+lib Review, a volunteer-driven service for highlighting and sharing the best of digital humanities and libraries, is looking for Editors-at-Large for Fall 2019. dh+lib Review posts appear on the dh+lib homepage, in a weekly email newsletter, and are shared in our Twitter feed. Items are selected from the streams of content produced ...

What I’m Reading this Summer: Charlie Harper

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Dr. Charlie Harper, Digital Scholarship ...

What I’m Reading this Summer: Rebekah Cummings 1

What I'm Reading this Summer: Rebekah Cummings
Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Rebekah Cummings, Digital Matters Librarian ...

What I’m Reading This Summer: Amy Gay

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Amy Gay, Digital Scholarship Librarian ...

What I’m Reading This Summer: Erica Hayes

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Erica Hayes, Digital Scholarship Librarian ...

dh+lib Meetup at ACH 2019

Attending the Association of Computers and the Humanities conference and interested in the role of librarians, technologists, archivists, and other information professionals within the wide world of digital humanities? Join dh+lib for an informal gathering on July 24 at 7:00 pm at the Biergarten at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco, 620 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh, PA ...

What I’m Reading This Summer: Bobby Smiley

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Bobby Smiley, Interim Director of ...

What I’m Reading This Summer: Andy Boyles Petersen

Note: As the dh+lib Review editors work behind the scenes this summer, we have invited a few members of our community to step in as guest editors and share with us what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. This post is from Andy Boyles Petersen, Digital Scholarship ...

RECOMMENDED: Beyond Open: Implementing Social Scholarship (INKE)

In 2018, Implementing New Knowledge Environments Partnership (INKE) brought together nearly 60 researchers, students, librarians, and academic-aligned groups to explore topics of scholarly communication, open access, and community engagement at Beyond Open: Implementing Social Scholarship. Published as a special issue by the same name in the journal KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies and ...

RECOMMENDED: Archiving DH, Part 3

In March of this year, dh+lib Review highlighted “Archiving DH Part 1: The Problem” and “Archiving DH Part 2: The Problem in Detail,” published by the University of Virginia’s Scholars’ Lab on their blog. They have just published “Archiving DH Part 3: The Long View,” written by Brandon Butler, Amanda Visconti, and Ammon Shepherd. The ...

OPPORTUNITY: ACH 2019 Bursaries

Along with the conference agenda, the organizers of ACH 2019 have published a call for applications for travel and registration bursaries. ACH 2019 will take place in Pittsburgh, PA, this summer, 23-26 July 2019. The travel bursaries ($320) aim to help defray costs of travel for presenters at the conference, including airfare, lodging, meals, poster ...