- Simon ApplefordAssociate Director for Humanities, Arts, and Social SciencesClemson University Cyber Institute
- Jennifer GuilianoAssistant DirectorMaryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, University of Maryland
Location0301 Hornbake Library, MITH Conference Room, Inside Library Media Services
This course will explore the fundamentals of project planning and design including, but not limited to: formulating appropriate disciplinary questions for digital humanities research, investigating digital humanities tools and resources, structuring your first project, critical path scheduling, understanding roles and responsibilities, risk management, documenting your project work, writing your first grant proposal, budget setting and controls, building the project team, and selecting and implementing project management tools and software. This is an advanced course and, as such, you are expected to have an understanding of the definition of digital humanities. Materials will be covered through lectures, discussions, presentations, and hands-on activities. Participants will get the most of the course if they arrive with at least some sense of a potential digital humanities project that they would like to develop throughout the course.