Howdy. I’m Lisa Spiro, director of NITLE Labs, Program Manager of Anvil Academic, Communications Officer for the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO), and founder of the DiRT wiki (now Bamboo DiRT). (Although I’m not planning to say anything wildly controversial, I should note that I speak for myself, not necessarily any organization with which I’m affiliated.) This blog explores a range of issues related to digital scholarship in the humanities, including open access/ open education, digital humanities (DH) education, trends in scholarly communication, collaboration practices in DH, and learning technologies. To learn more about me, see my CV.
I’m happy to conduct workshops, give talks, or consult. Please contact me at lisamspiro at gmail. com.
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