DH For Department Chairs and Deans
Intended for university administrators who seek an understanding of the Digital Humanities that is both broad and deep, this offering establishes a cohort that  meets as a group during the first set of course offerings at ESU DH for two dedicated sessions (one on the morning of the first day of block 1, and one on the afternoon of the last day of block 1) to survey and discuss pragmatic DH basics and chief administrative issues related to supporting DH and those who practice it at their institution,  allows those enrolled to audit (as non-participatory observers, able to go from class to class) any and all of the ESU DH courses, and  individually engages in consultation and targeted discussion with the instructors and others in the group over the course of ESU DH. Participants in this class will also share a group writing assignment, to be carried out during ESU DH.
[This course is sponsored by the Digital Humanities Summer Institute and the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab, U Victoria.]
- Important dates
- Child care
- Scientific Committee