From the Guidebook:
The DHLG introduces digital humanities (DH) to the interested newcomer, featuring introductory project videos; lists of educational resources; and materials on how to engage in the DH community. Visitors will learn about DH, whether it’s a route they want to pursue, and if so, how to take the first steps. Read more about the site, including its authors and how to contribute, here.
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.
The Digital Humanities Literacy Guidebook was conceived and orchestrated by Scott B. Weingart, Program Director of Digital Humanities at Carnegie Mellon University.
Direct to The Digital Humanities Guidebook
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