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Digital Humanities: Educational / Training Opportunities

This subject guide focuses on digital humanities issues related to the teaching, research, and scholarly communication interests of the local digital humanities community, with a specific focus on information relevant to digital humanities courses at Univ

Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities at Univeristy of Nebraska-Lincoln

University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers a Graduate Certificiate Program in Digital Humanities. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is an international leader in DH and is home to the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, a joint initiative of the University Libraries and the College of Arts & Sciences. Faculty and students at University of Nebraska-Lincoln participate in a wide variety of DH research efforts involving collaborators from around the world. The Graduate Certificate Program in Digital Humanities allows graduate and post-baccalaureate students to gain additional scholarly credentials in Digital Humanities by working closely with the Center and its associated faculty. For more on the certificate program, see the program's informational page or contact Professor Andy Jewell (ajewell2{at}unl{dot}edu), coordinator of the certificate program.

Undergraduate Minor in Digital Humanities at Univeristy of Nebraska-Lincoln

The undergratuate Digital Humanities minor at University of Nebraska-Lincoln begins with a broad introduction to DH and concludes with a practicum, wherein students work with local humanities organizations or University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty on challenge projects. The 18-credit hour minor includes both courses within core humanities departments as well as courses in computer science, geography, statistics, and theater arts. For more on the undergraduate minor, see the Undergraduate Bulletin or contact Professor Andy Jewell and Professor Elizabeth Lorang (ajewell2{at}unl{dot}edu, llorang2{at}unl{dot}edu).

Other Educational/Training Opportunities

The opportunities below are regularly offered, ongoing institutes and programs for receiving training in specific technical and administrative skills and for developing a richer understanding of digital humanities. Many other one-time events take place, often coupled with conferences. The best ways to learn about these other opportunities are listservs in your primary field, the Humanist listserv, and social media.

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