We’re looking for case studies and sample assignments to include in the Handbook. Case studies are short overviews of digital projects that help Handbook readers see what digital projects actually look like in practice. Sample assignments are ideas for how projects and lessons on digital topics can be implemented in a classroom, including details like how much time or expertise are required, and whether they work best for a certain size of class.
Editorial Reviews occur quarterly on or after March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31.
All submissions that are used on the site will be given full attribution, and we can link to your project website or publications.
We are accepting submissions from digital humanities practitioners in a broad range of educational and cultural heritage contexts including higher education institutions, K-12, libraries, archives, museums, and those independent of institutional affiliation. All submissions that are used on the site will be subject to our editorial review process and given full attribution, and we will link to your project website or publications.
Questions? Email us at digitalhandbook[at]duke.edu.
We are looking for reviewers to assess the Handbook. You do not need to be an expert in the field! We welcome student reviewers, reviewers outside academic institutions, and reviewers from outside the US.
We provide a form with questions to answer, and you review one or more sections and give us your feedback. All reviewers will be given full credit on the site.
If you’re interested, just fill out this form and we’ll get in touch!
We welcome feedback and suggestions on existing content from researchers, students, and instructors, whether you’re an expert or a novice.