Digital Humanities Interest Group
The Digital Humanities Interest Group is open to all who are interested in exploring the relationship between digital humanities and libraries. The group aims to: (1) cultivate a community of practice that develops guidance, practitioner resources, and professional dialogues around digital humanities librarianship including information systems work and related roles; (2) identify, encourage, and disseminate approaches to digital humanities service design, research, and pedagogy through sponsored programming, training, and other initiatives that elevate libraries and librarian advocacy for their own research agendas; and (3) build and maintain partnerships with organizations in and outside ALA/ACRL that encourage inter-professional as well as multidisciplinary approaches to the digital humanities.
Displaying active committee roster as of 07/01/2015. Last retrieved on 02/23/2017. Members can log in to view full contact information for committee members.
Public Posts from ALA Connect
- Digital Humanities + Digital Curation IG ALA Annual meet-up
- DHIG ALA Annual Meeting Agenda
- A Spectrum of Digital Initiatives: Project and Pedagogical Collaborations in Digital Humanities
- DHIG Update, Mission Statement Revision, 2017-2018 Convener Nominations
- ACRL Digital Scholarship Center Interest Group Program at ALA Annual 2016
- Webinar Program Now Available --- Engaging the Digital Humanities: Collaborating throughout the Research Lifecycle
- ACRL E-Learning Webcast CFP - Engaging the Digital Humanities
- Fostering Digital Humanities Community On Campus and Beyond (ALA Midwinter DHIG Meeting)
- ACRL Program Proposals for 2016 ALA Annual Conference Due September 1
- DHIG Annual 2015 Minutes
As of August 2015, the DHIG had 353 members. Interest Group composition includes a convener and incoming convener.
The Digital Humanities Interest Group was established at the 2014 ALA Midwinter Meeting. It was formerly known as the ACRL Digital Humanities Discussion Group.
Join an Interest Group
Join the Digital Humanities Interest Group through your ALA membership record, and participate through the interest group's ALA Connect space and the ACRL listserv. If you have any questions, suggestions, or ideas for discussion topics or events, please contact the conveners.
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