Since 2014, the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media has offered a number of institutes designed to introduce novices to the theories and methods of the digital humanities. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Getty Foundation, the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, George Mason University’s Department of History and Art History, and other individual colleges and universities, these institutes have provided dozens of scholars, archivists, librarians, curators, and public historians with the skills to begin doing, evaluating, and advising digital work.
For more information on past institutes, visit their cohort sites and review the open access curriculum:
- Doing Digital History  (funded by the NEH)
- Rebuilding the Portfolio: DH for Art Historians (funded by the Getty Foundation)
- Doing Digital History | Millsaps College
- Building a Digital Portfolio (funded by the Getty Foundation)
- Doing Digital History: 2016 (funded by the NEH)
- Doing Digital History: Mason History and Art History Dept.
- The Networked Curator: Digital Literacy Workshop for Art Curators  with the Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC) Foundation (funded by the Getty Foundation and the Kress Foundation)
- Doing Digital Humanities | Elmira College
- The Networked Curator: Digital Literacy Workshop for Art Curators  with the Association of Art Museum (AAMC) Foundation (funded by the Getty Foundation and the Kress Foundation)
Are you interested in hosting or participating in a DoingDH institute? We can contract to provide a customized professional development experience for your department, university, or regional group. Duration can range from 1-2 days to full 2 week immersive institutes. For more information, please contact Sheila Brennan or Sharon Leon.