Adapting Digital Humanities instruction to meet the needs of students and faculty members working remotely became a priority as COVID-19 canceled plans for on-campus, in-person classes at our small, liberal arts college. The eventual solution was to develop an online resource to provide asynchronous DH support or to flip synchronous DH instruction. This project, the DH Toolkit, is a collection of tutorials and documentation open to anyone working on digital projects. Specifically, it covers how to use key digital tools, develop accessible user experiences, and navigate copyright concerns.
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Miessler, R.C. and Kevin Moore. "All Your Basecamp are Belong to Us: Managing Undergraduates to Create a DH Toolkit." Poster presented at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute Conference & Colloquium, online, June 7-11 and 14-18.