The Day of DH came and went this past Tuesday (April 8), and the internet was abuzz with people’s activities. This year was the first time I got into the mix, since I found out about it only too late to participate last year. I spent my day with others at UConn who are interested in digital humanities, since the Scholars’ Collaborative set up a great set of workshops and hack sessions. So I set up a blog on the Day of DH site and wrote about my activities throughout the day. The entire set of posts can be read here.
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