In an effort to keep the community safe and healthy all in-person events, classes, and consultations at the DHC will be changed to an online format.
- Classes typically held in the Digital Humanities Center will now be held on Zoom until the rest of the semester. Instructors for any digital component in a class session will join in the zoom session scheduled in canvas.
- Instead of holding weekly office hours, Taylor will be opening her calendar up for individual or group consultations for digital projects in or outside of your classes. You can book an appointment and see her availability using libcal.
- Events this semester will continue in an online format. This includes an Earth Day digital workshop and an online book salon in April, as well as our Thinking Digitally Institute for faculty which will be held in May. More information on all of these events will be available soon.
We at the DHC want to do our best to model the possibilities of the digital and continue to foster a sense of community, even though we must all be physically apart. If you have any suggestions regarding other online events we can host this semester to help us find a new “normal” in this crisis feel free to email our post-bacc, Ana (firstname.lastname@example.org), with your suggestions.