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Digital Humanities Literacy Guidebook

online resource
posted on 22.01.2020 by Scott Weingart, Susan Grunewald, Matthew Lincoln

The Digital Humanities Literacy Guidebook (DHLG) was first developed in the summer of 2019 as part of a 5-year A.W. Mellon Foundation grant to Carnegie Mellon University for the advancement of digital humanities and technology-enhanced learning on campus. Its goal is to offer its audience, newcomers to DH, a broad sense of the landscape of digital humanities, and a map to chart their course through it.


The DHLG is inspired by a series of five week-long summer workshops offered at CMU in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019. Lessons learned in these workshops helped shape the site into its current structure.


This deposit includes a locally-viewable version of the site in dhlg.tar.gz, including all the video assets, and this can be used to view the site on your own machine without needing an internet connection.


This deposit also includes a WARC snapshot taken of the live site on 2019-11-04.

Funding

A.W. Mellon Digital Humanities Seed Grant (31400642)

History

Publisher Statement

Weingart, Scott B., Susan Grunewald, Matthew Lincoln et al. (eds.). The Digital Humanities Literacy Guidebook. Carnegie Mellon University, Updated November 04, 2019. https://cmu-lib.github.io/dhlg/.

Date

04/11/2019

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