Vote on the New Name, Mission Statement, and Code of Conduct

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It’s here! The week-long community voting period on our name change, Mission Statement, and Code of Conduct begins this Wednesday and ends next Wednesday, November 13, at 5 pm. Vote here: https://forms.gle/9RwxMSdsKDUazz2H9 As always, thank you for your continued and support! We rely on your feedback to ensure our name, mission, and values represent our community. … Continue reading “Vote on the New Name, Mission Statement, and Code of Conduct”

Start Planning for Digital Humanities 2020

Start Planning for Digital Humanities 2020  By Hannah Jacobs Every year, researchers, instructors, practitioners, and students from around the world gather to share their digital humanities work and learn from one another at the Digital Humanities conference organized by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). (Learn more about the conference that just wrapped on … Continue reading “Start Planning for Digital Humanities 2020”

Open Source Annotations on IIIF resources: An Interview with Niqui O’Neill

Rows of text that describe an IIIF annotation.

Figure 1: An example of an annotation Niqui O’Neill is the Digital Technologies Development Librarian at North Carolina State University who took the time to explain her recent project using IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework):   Tell us more about your work: I have been working on three projects that provide users the ability to create … Continue reading “Open Source Annotations on IIIF resources: An Interview with Niqui O’Neill”

May 2019 Triangle Digital Humanities Institute at UNC Chapel Hill

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The May 2019 Triangle Digital Humanities Institute at UNC Chapel Hill is this week from Wednesday, May 22nd through Friday, May 24th. We’re excited to welcome you all to TDHI, connect with new people, and share digital humanities work! Follow along with the day on Twitter with #triangledh. The schedule is listed below with more details … Continue reading “May 2019 Triangle Digital Humanities Institute at UNC Chapel Hill”

An Interview with Maggie Melo

Maggie Melo is an assistant professor at UNC’s School of Library and Information Science where she teaches courses on information resources and services, information professionals in makerspaces, and information ethics. Before coming to UNC, Maggie completed her PhD in English at the University of Arizona. While there, she became actively engaged in makerspace research and … Continue reading “An Interview with Maggie Melo”

Join the TDHN Organizing Committee

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The Triangle Digital Humanities Network is forming an organizing committee. The primary focus of the committee is planning the next institute and fostering the TDHN community. There will be a variety of roles open to students, professors, community members, and others. Please contact us (triangledhnetwork@gmail.com) if you’re interested in helping build a DH community in … Continue reading “Join the TDHN Organizing Committee”