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HAA-256069-17Digital Humanities: Digital Humanities Advancement GrantsSalem State UniversityNetworking the Regional Comprehensives9/1/2017 - 8/31/2018$39,305.00Roopika Risam   Salem State UniversitySalemMA01970-5353USA2017Interdisciplinary Studies, OtherDigital Humanities Advancement GrantsDigital Humanities393050393050

The formation of a network of digital humanities practitioners at regional comprehensive universities. The network is intended to facilitate collaboration and sharing of knowledge and resources among faculty, librarians,and students across the United States at smaller universities that offer less institutional support for computationally-intensive humanities projects.

Salem State University is proposing a Level I project, “Networking the Regional Comprehensives: Digital Humanities beyond the R1 and SLAC,” for the Digital Humanities Advancement Grants Program. The project initiates a much-needed national dialogue on the role of regional comprehensive universities in the field of digital humanities. The project’s short-term goal is bringing together national thinkers and digital humanities practitioners from regional comprehensive universities for a strategic conversation on developing a network to facilitate collaboration of regional comprehensive faculty, librarians, and students across the U.S. The long-term goal is to activate and grow this network so regional comprehensive digital humanities practitioners are better suited to share their knowledge and resources with each other and share their expertise with others across a range of institutions, including K12, community colleges, small liberal arts colleges, and research universities.