Note to all attendees: Session leaders will contact you with additional information, including a meeting link, for each individual workshop, event, or demonstration. 

Implementing Learner-Created Podcasts

As global podcast listenership continues to grow, students are now aware and interested in the medium. Podcasts can be an engaging collaborative course activity and/or assignment and it works well in the remote learning environment. This workshop will focus on implementing learner-created podcasts in the classroom including rubrics on how to assess creative content. No […]

Using Google Sheets to Create, Organize and Explore Your Humanities Data

Google Sheets is a web-based spreadsheet program, equivalent in some ways to Microsoft Excel, with a wide array of features and uses. For people who would like to embark on a digital humanities project, it is one of many options for organizing data. This workshop is aimed at total beginners and will introduce a few […]

Introduction to Omeka

Omeka is a free, flexible, and open source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions. This workshop will explain the basics of why and when to use Omeka and include a walkthrough of how to use Omeka to manage online collections and create digital exhibitions.


Archiving digital projects using the DDP

The Digital Documentation Process allows scholars to catalog and produce a reliable archive of their digital projects, so that fellow scholars can access, cite, and reuse in their own work. This workshop will outline the components of the DDP and teach participants how to catalogue their own projects. Participants should have a project they […]


Podcasting 101

Podcasts are an exciting medium for public scholarship. If you have ever thought about launching your own independent podcast project then this workshop is for you! In this workshop, learn the basics of developing, producing, distributing, and marketing your own independent podcast project from Anuli Akanegbu, NYU Doctoral Student and the producer behind “The BLK IRL […]


Accessible Design

Over the last thirty years, the internet has become of vital importance to daily life, especially in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic when nearly all interactions for non-essential workers have gone online. Nevertheless, accessibility on the internet has often remained a low priority, making this indispensable resource difficult to use for many people. Participants […]


Tips and Strategies for Enacting Interdisciplinary Scholarship and Working Collaboratively

Within the DH community, we often talk about interdisciplinarity and collaboration as a given. But in reality, there remain very real obstacles to working in these ways. Institutional resistance, orthodoxy in one's field, or a lack of visible partners can all make it very difficult to find the proper environment to do interdisciplinary or collaborative […]


Build Your Own Text-as-Data Corpus: A Print-to-Bytes Primer

This hands-on workshop will teach participants how to construct their own digital text corpus for conducting humanities data analysis. We'll cover simple tools for turning printed texts in a variety of languages into computer-readable files, the use of Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software, and consider helpful tools for post-process correction of digitized texts. We’ll also […]