This is a THATCamp for the diverse communities of users of digital tools like The Portal to Texas History, Digital Libraries, and other Public Humanities resources.
We invite local historians, genealogists, librarians, K-12 educators, university and community college educators, students and technologists to come together to share ideas, knowledge and questions about how digital resources are changing the landscape of knowledge production in the public sphere!
THATCamp Digital Frontiers is being held in conjunction with Digital Frontiers 2012, a conference on using digital resources for research, teaching, and learning. The conference features a Keynote address by Michael Millner, Director of the Jack and Stella Kerouac Center for Public Humanites.
THATCamp Digital Frontiers on Facebook
Digital Frontiers 2012 on Facebook
Thank you to everyone who made Digital Frontiers and THATCamp Digital Frontiers a success.
The THATCamp breakout sessions were fantastic – I’ve never seen people at a conference work so hard!
To continue the conversations from the conference and THATCamp, please consider joining our Facebook group, Digital Frontiers.
And save the dates! September 19-21, 2013 for Digital Frontiers 2013: Bridging Digital Divides!