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

Intro to Vector Tiles for Web: From QGIS to Mapbox

Online New York

Vector tiles are a flexible, lightweight format for serving geographic data that can be quickly and dynamically styled and displayed by a client such as a web browser. This workshop will first explain briefly how they work. Then we will walk through how you can export geographic data from any number of common formats in […]

Free

Fostering Community and Collaboration in the Digital Humanities within and beyond CUNY

Online New York

The CUNY Academic Commons is a WordPress/Buddy platform that connects students, faculty and staff across CUNY’s 25 campuses, acting as a hub for various DH activities across the university. The Commons facilitates the teaching of DH courses, sharing and hosting events, creating spaces for working groups to collaborate, and developing websites and digital projects. The […]

Free

Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) Info Session

Online New York

The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) is the US-based member of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) consortium. This session will introduce participants to the organization, its goals and activities, and identify how interested participants can become involved through programs or committee work, including mentorship, liaisons, or publications. Additional details can be […]

Free

Publishing with Github Pages

Online New York

In this session you will learn the basics of using GitHub and its free web publishing tool, Github Pages. This tool allows you to easily publish simple websites (blogs, professional profiles, event announcements, etc) at no cost. This course will also serve as a soft introduction to markdown and yaml, folders and files, git and [...]

Free

Introduction to IIIF, the International Image Interoperability Framework

Online New York

“Introduction to IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework)” shows the main uses and applications of interoperable digital images. Through image viewers, we can work with interoperable content to display, edit, annotate, and share images and cultural heritage collections on the web.

Free

Digitalizing the Classroom: The Way Forward.

Online New York

Since the emergency online transition in March 2020, teachers have been gathering in strong communities to support each other exploring a plethora of theories (and praxis) on digital pedagogical tools. How effective were these in creating equally great students’ communities and fostering their engagement in classrooms? Back to a new normal in the Fall 2021, […]

Free