Reaching Out to the Humanities for Open Access Week

Reaching Out to the Humanities for Open Access Week
  Today marks the start of Open Access Week, now in its 7th year. From October 20 through 26, individuals and institutions worldwide will hold events (workshops, symposia, lectures, and even upload-a-thons) centered on the issue of open access. Last year, dh+lib compiled a round-up of events that focused on the humanities, and we’d like ...

dh+lib Guide to ALA Annual 2014

To aid in navigating the behemoth that is the ALA Annual Conference (1797 sessions!), we’ve compiled a list of sessions that intersect in some way with the digital humanities. Thanks to all who responded to our call for suggestions, including Kristen Mapes, Abby Scheel, and Lisa McFall. Have a session you’d like us to add? ...

Welcome, Josh Honn

We are pleased to welcome Josh Honn to the dh+lib editorial team as Contributing Editor. Josh is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at the Center for Scholarly Communication & Digital Curation at Northwestern University. Josh has been an active participant in the digital humanities and libraries conversation that we’ve tried to foster here at dh+lib, and was ...

Open Access Week (#oaweek) in DH

What does Open Access Week have to do with the digital humanities? For those unfamiliar with the event, it is an annual, global celebration of open access (OA) that began in 2007 and is billed as: [A]n opportunity for the academic and research community to continue to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access, ...

Welcome, Caro Pinto!

We are pleased to welcome Caro Pinto, Library & Instructional Technology Liaison at Mount Holyoke College, to the dh+lib editorial team. Caro joins our project as a dh+lib Review Editor, taking on a role previously held by Sarah Potvin, who remains a Co-Editor of the site. The dh+lib Review editors—Caro, Zach Coble, and Roxanne Shirazi—rotate through ...