Articles with keyword "Digital humanities"
The Office of Digital Humanities is pleased to announce 4 awards from our NEH/DFG Bilateral Digital Humanities Program from our September 2012 deadline. Each project represents a collaborative effort between at least one partner based in the United States and one partner based in Germany. Congratulations to all the awardees!
The initial prototype of the public DPLA website launched this afternoon, providing access to over 2.4 million digital books, manuscripts, photographs, maps, and other resources critical to humanities scholarship and learning.
Digging in Data Challenge grant projects develop and explore technologically inventive and computationally creative research methods that drill into massive data sets to arrive at new questions and surprising answers.
On Thursday, March 7, from 6-7 pm, NEH staff will participate in a "Speed Networking and Consulting Session" at the Institute of Museum and Library Services WebWise conference.
The science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields are --and will be--essential in a world that is increasingly dependent on digital technology for our social interactions, economic livelihood, national security, and grumpy cat memes. But this is not to say that the STEM fields have nothing to benefit from the humanities or that technological invention and innovation precludes the vital place humanities education and research has in a digital landscape.
Several of our Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant awardees have received media attention in recent weeks.
Google guru Vinton Cerf talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the Internet's role in the humanities.
Nineteen institutions combine resources to give a view of the American Northwest.