The Second Annual Florida Digital Humanities Conference will be held on March 27, 2020, at Flagler College in St. Augustine. Check back for more information!

Florida State University is hosting a THATCamp for digital humanities practitioners in North Florida and beyond. This free event will bring together both aspiring and long-time DH-ers to engage with new tools and methods, showcase nascent projects, and discuss issues in the field. Whether you are a long-time user of digital methods, or merely curious about digital scholarship, this event will give you the opportunity to engage with fellow scholars to talk about partnerships, skills, and collaboration.

TimelineJS is a free and open-source digital scholarship tool that allows for anyone to build interactive and media-rich timelines using a simple Google Sheets template. These timelines can be accessed via their own URL or easily embedded into other websites or projects. This workshop will be a hands-on introduction to creating timelines using a variety […]

Faculty and student panelists will discuss how they are utilizing artificial intelligence to create instructional lesson plans from SPOHP’s UF’s Joel Buchanan African American Oral History Archive and make it accessible to scholars and K-12 students. Exploratory themes that will be discussed will be on curriculum and the uses of local history, the creation of […]

AI poses novel challenges to societal norms and values. Addressing these challenges requires interdisciplinary collaboration, bringing technical work in computer science into conversation with scholarship in law, the humanities, and the social sciences. This Mini-Symposium showcases the variety of research programs in AI ethics and policy across UF’s campus, and it invites reflection on how […]

Artificial Intelligence is becoming an important tool in every discipline. This workshop will provide faculty with (1) an introduction to the new SEC AI Consortium, (2) an orientation on integrating AI into any department, discipline, or major and (3) time for discussion within disciplinary breakout groups about current and future opportunities to add AI to […]

This talk will explore how communities can harness mapping tools (e.g., Google Maps, StoryMaps) to better center the individual stories of people facing community challenges. Many of today’s challenges are place-based, such as economic struggles and environmental issues. Interactive spatial tools give digital humanities researchers and creators rich possibilities for archiving, connecting, and contextualizing individuals’ […]