Thanks to the generous support of our KU sponsors, we are able to live-stream our keynote sessions.
- Register. All Presenters must register to participate. Registration closes September 23. Register here.
- Schedule. Check out the Conference Schedule to see when you’re on. Plan ahead, be prepared.
- Your Info. Check the website to confirm that your name and abstract are correct. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
rg if you need to update your information.
- Travel. Make your travel arrangements now! There are several hotels offering conference rates and other local info on the Travel and Accomodations page. There are advance deadlines for hotel rates, so reserve now!
- No Dongles. The conference facility runs on Windows. To respect the time of the other presenters and the attendees, we will not be swapping out hardware for any presenter this year. Presenters are encouraged to either upload your presentation in advance to the folder your Moderator will send you, or to bring a Windows compatible presentation on a jump drive.
- Inclusion. Digital Frontiers is committed to providing a harassment-free environment for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, physical appearance, ethnicity, religion or other group status. Review our Statement of Inclusion.
- Accessibility. Presenters needing accommodations should notify email@example.com
rg as soon as possible. The stage will be ramp accessible, and we are committed to making whatever accommodations are necessary for our participants. Help us help you by letting us know what you need.
Presenters should review the slides from the DLF webinar on Creating Accessible Presentations and endeavor to make their slides accessible. For digital handouts, review these posts on Accessible non-HTML Content.
Always use the mic. No, really. Just use the mic.
- Time. Your Moderator will be contacting you with details on time for your sessions. We endeavor to allow for 10-15 minutes of Q&A at the end of the session. To respect the time of other presenters and attendees, timekeepers will cut off speakers who go over time.
- Repository. We encourage all presenters to contribute their presentations to the Digital Frontiers Collection of the Texas State University Digital Library. To facilitate this process, presenters can upload their slides to the shared doc folder for their session.
- Handouts. If presenters would like to share digital handouts, they can upload them to the shared doc folder for their session. The documents will be linked to their sessions on the conference website.
- Community. Join the Facebook Group. Make connections for ride/room shares, and share news with the DF community.
- Be Social. Follow us on Twitter and start talking about the conference. Find the description of your session or a session you’re excited about and Tweet it out! Consider these Principles of Conference Tweeting when live-tweeting the conference.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
rg if you have questions.
To help University of Kansas and Haskell University students, faculty, and staff attend Digital Frontiers, the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities (IDRH) is offering a limited number of subsidies to offset a portion of the cost of registration.
For qualified participants from these institutions, IDRH will cover half the registration cost. For more details, please visit the IDRH website or contact email@example.com PRIOR to submitting your registration form. Subsidies will be awarded while funds allocated for this purpose are available.
The #DF18KU program is shaping up! Here’s a map of institutions of confirmed presenters:
There’s still time to submit for Digital Frontiers 2018!
The theme for the 2018 Digital Frontiers/IDRH Conference is Finding Community in Digital Humanities. The Digital Frontiers Program Committee invites proposals exploring how we form or find community in digital scholarship. The planning committee practices intentional inclusion and encourages submissions from researchers, students, librarians archivists, genealogists, historians, information and technology professionals, and scientists. We welcome perspectives from all individuals and are interested in fostering a dialog of critical, self-reflexive DH invested in different vectors of identity and encourage research produced by or concerning vulnerable and marginalized communities, historically or contemporaneously. In keeping with our focus on communities, we encourage submissions on DH praxis grounded in and accountable to the needs and ethics of local communities.
Conference content may include:
- Fully Constituted Panels
- Individual Scholarly Papers or Presentations(Note: early stage research, project updates, and single-institution “case studies” should be submitted as posters)
- Hands-On Workshops
- Posters or Infographics
Visit the Call for Proposals page for full details.