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Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016 "marks the start of a new book series from the University of Minnesota Press. Building on the first edition of Debates in the Digital Humanities, the series will explore the most compelling debates in the field as they emerge.
When scholars evaluate a primary source, the first question they have is who produced it. The second is why it was produced. But when I read this document, I have no idea. Shouldn't a group apparently concerned with information literacy take the time to explain what the acronyms ACRL RBMS-SAA stand for, who they are, why they were established and what their plan for this document is?
Interesting report on a two-day conference at the National Endowment for the Humanities headquarters entitled “The Humanities Laboratory: Discussions of New Campus Models,” attended by representatives from Arizona State University, the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago:
"Faculty members and students in humanities labs seek to use inquiry to advance collaborative, often interdisciplinary research. The emphasis isn't on the type of experiments one might find in a physics lab, but on the collaborative aspect of conducting research together."