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DHCommons Launches for All Users by Ryan Cordell

Jan 25, 2012
I've written twice in the past few months about DHCommons, a new centerNet initiative "focused on matching digital humanities projects seeking assistance with scholars interested in project collaboration." In this third and final DHCommons post (at least for awhile), I wanted to let ProfHacker  readers know that DHCommons launched for all users with a preconvention workshop at MLA in January.

We'll be working in the coming months and years to reach out to isolated digital humanities scholars and help connect them to collaborators. If you have a digital project idea and need help, if you'd like to get started in digital humanities by helping on an established project, or if you have expertise to offer, visit DHCommons and:

  • browse the growing list of projects seeking help,
  • create a new account,
  • and contribute your own ideas.

    Find help—offer help—collaborate!

    View original post on The Chronicle of Higher Education: Prof Hacker

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