THATCamp coming to Harrisburg, October 25-26
THATCamp, a hybrid conference/unconference interdisciplinary event focusing on the Digital Humanities is coming to Harrisburg! If you have any interest in the Digital Humanities, including supporting faculty projects, or coordinating local history projects through the library, this event is for you. I plan to attend and have proposed two sessions with faculty from my institution about using Zotero and WordPress for the digital humanities. I hope to see you there!
http://hbg2013.thatcamp.org/ To register, select the Registration menu option at the top.
THATCamp Harrisburg 2013
Call for Participation
October 25th and 26th, Harrisburg University
What Is THATCamp?
THATCamp stands for The Humanities And Technology Camp. THATCamp Harrisburg is a professional development opportunity for humanities professionals in both academic and non-academic settings. It serves to introduce newcomers to the tools and purposes of the Digital Humanities and give veterans an opportunity to deepen and broaden their skills, and to share them with others.
THATCamp Harrisburg offers opportunities for new conversations and relationships, and contributes to further work in the digital humanities that will benefit the Central Pennsylvania region, as well as the larger community of humanities professionals.
Call for Participation
Proposals we are soliciting
- Workshops that will teach participants new skills or introduce them to new digital tools.
- Sessions that will a) discuss topics of interest in the Digital Humanities, b) demonstrate tools, c) create participatory projects.
- Dorkshorts – short presentations on current projects that participants have under way in the digital humanities.
For a list of sample sessions from other THATCamps, check the “propose” tab on the website: http://hbg2013.thatcamp.org/propose/
To propose a workshop, session or dorkshort, register for THATCamp Harrisburg at http://hbg2013.thatcamp.org. Then follow the instructions on the “Propose” tab.
William Pannapacker, Professor at Hope College and regular columnist on the digital humanities for the Chronicle of Higher Education, will be joining us on Friday morning for a session focused on the present and future of the digital humanities, especially at smaller private colleges and universities.