Saturday, September 22, 2012, 1:00-2:30 p.m.

Bringing Humanists Together – Collaborative Tools for the Digital Humanities

When Humanities Projects become digitally based, opportunities for collaborative work proliferate on many levels. New tools can facilitate or catalyze collaboration among researchers, artists, students, technologists and audiences.

This session explored examples in which faculty used digital technologies to facilitate collaboration among small and large groups of scholars.  Learn about these technologies and explore ways to integrate these tools and others in your own work.

The types of technologies discussed included GoogleApps, bibliographic management software and services, social bookmarking services, social networking services, and others.