Stop Calling It ‘Digital Humanities’ – Advice – The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Jerid Francom On March 7, 2013 · Leave a Comment · In Essays
“With shallower administrative hierarchies and less institutional inertia, liberal-arts colleges can innovate relatively rapidly and at lower cost. They usually have more collegiality across disciplines and divisions, and between faculty and staff members. It’s easier to build coalitions and to organize project teams at small colleges.”
via Stop Calling It ‘Digital Humanities’ – Advice – The Chronicle of Higher Education.
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