Below are some additional opportunities for learning new methods and skills related to digital scholarship.
You should also check out the offerings from your college or university library. Increasingly, academic libraries offer workshops and consultations on digital project planning, data management, and sustainability. Some libraries are carving out collaborative work spaces and providing computers that are best for working with large data sets. Go to your library; you may be surprised by what is available.
Additionally, seek out resources from your professional societies: webinars, conference workshops, mini-cons on special topics, etc.
Tutorials for Digital Methods and Programs
- The Programming Historian, http://programminghistorian.org/
- CodeAcademy, https://www.codecademy.com/
- Stack Overflow, http://stackoverflow.com/
Unconferences and In-Person Training
- THATCamp, The Humanities and Technology Camp, http://thatcamp.org/
- Digital Humanities Summer Institute, http://dhsi.org/
- Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching, http://dhtraining.org/hilt/
- NEH Office of Digital Humanities Institutes for Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities (often interdisciplinary), https://www.neh.gov/divisions/odh/institutes