Category Archives: Session Proposals

Teaching Collaboration

Hi! One of the issues I run into is that humanities scholars (like me!) are trained for solitary research, not collaboration. While we’re eager to collaborate with our cross-disciplinary peers and colleagues, we may lack the soft skills to engage … Continue reading

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Roles & responsibilities in collaborative teams

What sort of structures are needed to support collaborative work? After two years working in digital libraries, and since attending Lynne Siemen’s Issues in Large Project Planning and Management mini-course at UCLA, I’ve been thinking about how collaborative work is … Continue reading

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Tools to faciltitate interdisciplinary collaborative teams

We should have a session on the tools participants find useful in supporting their collaborative teams, especially those that cross disciplinary boundaries.  The session could explore how to hack a collaborative team site by loosely coupling existing tools.

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We’ve changed the dates!

Our THATCamp is taking place on May 16-17, 2014.  We plan to have a half-day boot camp on Friday,  with the usual THATCamp sessions on Saturday.    Possible topics for boot camp thus far includes TEI and/or XSLT training,  GIS,  digital … Continue reading

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