DH@Wayne is a Wayne State University-based collective of digital practitioners. DH is broadly defined to reflect the interests of its members in digital pedagagy, research methods that employ DH tools and corpuses, digital image collections, and preparing humanities students for workplaces that desire digital skills in graduates.
DH@Wayne is open to anyone in Southeast Michigan who is interested in these topics. We hope to provide a solid network in which participants can share information about events and resources, support for projects and classroom activities, and learn new methods and skills.
DH@Wayne hosts the annual regional digital humanities conference Network Detroit during the fall of each year. Now in it's fourth year, look for announcements about the upcoming conference.
A list of DH@ Wayne members who would welcome contact about projects.
If you would like a one-on-one consultation about a project (or potential project), DH technology, support resources available in the library, WSU and great SE Michigan DH community, or just to bounce around ideas/find inspiration, call or send an email to knowledgeable, friendly WSU Librarians:
We are happy to help, and look forward to hearing from you!