The New Jersey Digital Humanities Consortium invites all interested to a FREE one-day workshop on May 30th, from 10:00am to 4:00pm at Montclair State University in New Jersey.


The plan for the day will be flexible, shaped to meet the needs of those attending.  The idea is to create a forum where those both new and experienced in digital humanities center or organizations have an opportunity to learn from, network, and potentially collaborate, with each other.

This event is taking place the day before OLC Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design. Regardless if you’re attending #OLCwELD, the Digital Humanities workshop is FREE OF CHARGE.

To register for this free one-day workshop please complete the form at


OLC Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design will take place May 31st-June 2nd with presentations and cohort meetings as well as the release of the Emerging Learning Design Journal’s Special Issue all on the digital humanities.

For more information and registration for OLC Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design, please follow the link at


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