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Jumpstart your DH Project

The IDRH hosts free workshops to provide faculty, staff, and graduate students hands-on introductions to digital tools and practices in order to help you manage your data, analyze text, work collaborative over long term projects, create digital editions, fund projects, and publish and disseminate your results. We offer workshops both periodically throughout the year and by request for small groups and classes with IDRH staff and invited speakers.

For vists to classes, we ask that instructors contact the IDRH with their request for instruction by the semester drop date. Contact us via idrh@ku.edu.

Example workshops include:

  • Intro to Digital Humanities
  • Digital Storytelling with maps
  • Digital Storytelling platforms like Omeka, Scalar, ArcGIS StoryMaps
  • Easy and Sustainable Web Publishing with Markdown and Jekyll
  • Metadata for Digital Projects
  • Problem solving sessions

Recordings and descriptions of past workshops are available in the IDRH Archive.

Request a Workshop

Workshops are available by request for classes or groups. Requests for instruction should be placed by the semester drop deadline.
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Upcoming Workshops