Interested individuals are invited to apply to the Maine Digital Humanities Institute, a FREE online seminar facilitated by Dr. Dianne Fallon, YCCC, from January 22 through March 8, 2019. The workshop is aimed at building both skills and communities of practice, with the goal of building expertise within the Maine humanities communities, including educators, museum staff and volunteers, and students, especially graduate students. The project is an outgrowth of efforts at YCCC to expand faculty and student knowledge of digital humanities tools.
Applications, which are mostly aimed at a getting a sense of applicants and their projects, are due by Monday, November 25.FMI Contact:
In the workshop, participants will work on developing their own digital project over a seven-week time period. Projects might range from a personal or professional project that you want to play around with, to developing a student assignment that incorporates some of these tools.
You can find more specific information at a basic website that I have set up here:
(The application is at the bottom of the page, on the left hand side. Feel free to be in touch with questions!)
Dianne Fallon, Department Chair for English
NEH Project Director: Go Local: Building Capacity for Public History in York County
York County Community College
112 College Drive
Wells, Maine 04090