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The National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE) | www.nitle.org NITLE helps liberal arts colleges integrate inquiry, pedagogy, and technology.Future of Liberal Education• Digital Humanities• Libraries and Scholarly Communications• New Learning Resources
DH and Liberal EducationAlexander & Davis.“Should Liberal ArtsCampuses Do DigitalHumanities? Process andProducts in the SmallCollege World.” InDebates in the DigitalHumanities, ed. MatthewK. Gold. Minneapolis:University of MinnesotaPress, 2012.
Digital Scholarship Seminars• http://www.nitle.org/help/digital_humanities_events.php• Online webinars• Recordings available• Themes – connection to the undergraduate curriculum; – collaboration between faculty, technologists, and librarians; – strategies to cope with limited resources on liberal arts campuses.
Recent Topics• Undergraduates collaborating in digital humanities research• Digital Pedagogy• Digital Humanities for Undergraduate Learning• Building Scholarly Networks: Digital Humanities Commons
Anvil Academic• http://www.nitle.org/help/anvil.php• Council on Library & Information Resources (CLIR) and NITLE• a fully digital, non-profit publisher for the humanities.• available for use by colleges, universities, libraries, and cultural institutions• publish under their own imprints, contributing nothing more than editorial work.
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