Digital Humanities Core - University of Houston
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Request for Applications

Applications are now open to all UH faculty, librarians, and doctoral students for the Summer 2024 Micro-credential in Digital Humanities program. Designed to equip researchers with the essential skills for successful digital humanities projects, the program offers two tracks:
  • Badge I: Foundations of DH Project Development (June 3-14, 2024)
  • Badge II: Intermediate DH Project Development (prerequisite: Badge I or equivalent experience) (June 10-14, 2024)
Completion of either badge grants participants year-long access to the resources, training, and programming provided by the DHC. Apply by May 1.
Crafted as a partnership between the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute and UH Libraries, the Digital Humanities Core (DHC) consolidates technological infrastructure, research tools, and interdisciplinary expertise to establish a digital project production and publishing facility for UH researchers. The DHC, initiated in 2022, will be housed in and administered by UH Libraries.

Services and Programs

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    Technology Infrastructure

    The DHC provides multidisciplinary teams with web and cloud hosting infrastructure for their digital project through Reclaim Hosting solutions. The DHC hosting portal contains hosting solutions, publishing platforms, and applications for project development. DHC staff will provide onboarding and training for project teams interested in leveraging the hosting resources.
  • Education

    The DHC offers a Micro-credentialing in the Digital Humanities program that trains faculty, graduate, and undergraduate scholars in core competencies that underpin digital humanities project planning and development.
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    Starting in Spring 2024, the DHC will begin introducing several complementary programs, including DH@UH, micro-salon experiences, and additional interdisciplinary training and learning opportunities for scholars at all levels. More information about these programs will be released soon.
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DH Micro-credential

The Digital Humanities Core offers micro-credentialing programs along three tracks. Faculty and doctoral students may apply directly through the DHC, and instructors may engage the DHC to embed programming within their graduate and undergraduate courses.

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For more information about the Digital Humanities Core, please contact DHC staff at