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The City College of New York
Division of Humanities and the Arts
NEH CARES Digital Humanities Workshops
Quick Start Guide

Instructor:
Dimitris C. Papadopoulos, Ph.D

NEH CARES Instructional Technologist
Pronouns: he/him
Email: dpapadopoulos@ccny.cuny.edu 
https://commons.gc.cuny.edu/members/dcpapadopoulos 

Welcome to the NEH CARES Digital Humanities Workshops. In the DH workshops we discuss, explore, and test digital humanities tools and platforms that can be used for pedagogy (in online, hybrid or on-campus modalities). The workshops provide a survey of tools, methods and platforms for participants to be able to assess whether and how they can use them in their classes or they introduce participant to certain areas of implementing digital approaches to humanities research and pedagogy. If you are interested in certain tools or thematic areas that you would like to know more about feel free to get in touch on our contact page:
https://dhccny.commons.gc.cuny.edu/contact 

The next scheduled NEH CARES DH workshop sessions are the following:

TEXT AS DATA: DIGITAL TOOLS AND METHODS FOR TEXT ANALYSIS
OCTOBER 28 – 30

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28
10:00 am – 12:00 pm:
Foundations: creating and compiling text-based data

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm:

Patterns and insights: basic tools for quantitative text analysis

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30
10:00 am – 12:00 pm:
Visualizing texts: maps, graphs, networks

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm:
Sustainable texts: diversity, collaboration, and sustainability in text analysis and publishing projects

You can find more information about the text analysis workshops here:
https://dhccny.commons.gc.cuny.edu/workshops/text_analysis  

You can also find information about our past NEH CARES DH workshops:

Working with text: tools for collaborative text annotation, analysis, editing, and publishing

Beyond the text: teaching with digital archives, collections, and multi-modal materials in class

Working with spatio-temporal data

Digital humanities tools for crisis response, mobilization, and support

Code of conduct and participation
As workshop instructors / moderators and participants we should make sure we create and maintain a respectful, collegial and collaborative virtual space for our discussions and interactions. No prior technical knowledge is required for participating in the workshops and no specific level of experience or skills is expected or assumed. The level and pace of participation is up to you. You can start tasks during the workshop but complete them later at your own pace. Documents, slides and other materials shared as part of the workshop sessions have been designed and developed having accessibility in mind. Please let me know if you experience any accessibility issues or in case any resources or materials do not meet standards of accessibility or inclusiveness. Please make sure every participant is heard as they wish to be without unnecessary interruptions. Please mute your audio when not speaking.