A keynote roundtable on “Public Humanities 2.0: Cultural Heritage Research-and-Teaching in a Digital Age” will be an opportunity to focus attention on the materiality of digital media and the transformations of both scholarly communication and classroom practices made possible by digital media. Workshops on “Digital Humanities Assignment Design,” “Teaching with Social Media Platforms,” and “Managing Your Digital Image Resources” will offer institute participants opportunities for guided work on their own projects. Additional sessions that complement this theme will be available throughout Summer Faculty Institute 2015.

The “Public Humanities 2.0” track of the Summer Institute is a follow-on to the DH lecture and workshop series that has been co-sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center, IT Academic Technology Services, the University of Delaware Library, the College of Arts & Sciences, and the Department of English for the last several years.