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Proposal: Inclusion = 1 Part Yack + 2 Parts Hack

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Context: What if we stopped using the terms “diversity” and “accessibility” and started using the term “inclusion” instead? Or what if we started using “inclusion” in addition to the other terms? One reason would be strategic, creating alliance among groups that might otherwise remain disparate. Another reason would be to move our conversations from discussions …

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Making the Digital Humanities Accessible: A Session Idea + A Survey

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I read with interest James Neal’s post entitled “An honest and open discussion regarding diversity in the digital humanities?” I believe that discussion would be a welcome addition to the unconference schedule. Along these lines, I’d like to help organize a session about disability and accessibility, either as part of James’ session or in addition …

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An honest and open discussion regarding diversity in the digital humanities?

University of Maryland, College of Information Science, Maryland’s iSchool where I am pursuing my MLS has recently created a concentration in the MLS program called Information and Diverse Populations in which I am actively engaged.┬áischool.umd.edu/content/information-and-diverse-populations What are the ways in which we can have an honest and open discussion regarding diversity in the digital humanities? …

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