We enthusiastically invite you to join us at UCLA on February 23-24, 2017 for the second “Digital Humanities Infrastructure Symposium,” and participate as a presenter, expert witness, or enthusiastic citizen of the working world of digital humanities. Our format will be similar to last year, except that, due to popular demand, we will also offer a half-day of free workshops on DH topics to be determined by you, the greater So-Cal DH community.
- Save the date: Thursday, February 23rd (presentations) and Friday, February 24th (workshops) on the UCLA campus. Whether you want to present or listen and discuss, we hope you will join us!
- Submit a proposal to present or demo a tool or project related to infrastructure in DH, whether technical (e.g., servers, custom applications, programming workflows), programmatic (e.g., pilots, programs, institutional initiatives), human (e.g., sharing work between faculty, librarians, and staff; successful expectation management), or spatial (e.g., labs, maker spaces). Deadline is Wednesday, December 21.
- Vote on the workshops that you would most like to attend, or suggest a workshop topic that you or a colleague would be willing to teach. Deadline is Wednesday, December 21.
We expect to finalize the schedule and notify our presenters by Friday, January 6. To learn more, and to watch for updates and details, please visit our event page: http://www.cdh.ucla.edu/symposium/.