What happened at the Building LLTDM Institute

On June 23-26, we welcomed 32 digital humanities (DH) researchers and professionals to the Building Legal Literacies for Text Data Mining (Building LLTDM) Institute. Our goal was to empower DH researchers, librarians, and professional staff to confidently navigate law, policy, ethics, and risk within digital humanities text data mining (TDM) projects—so they can more easilyContinue reading “What happened at the Building LLTDM Institute”

Welcoming the Building LLTDM Cohort!

Our project team is thrilled to announce the cohort of participants for this summer’s “Building Legal Literacies for Text Data Mining” (Building LLTDM) Institute. Building LLTDM, supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, will bring together 32 digital humanities (DH) researchers and professionals for an intensive training course on the UC Berkeley campus fromContinue reading “Welcoming the Building LLTDM Cohort!”

Call for Participants

Join us June 23-26, 2020 to gain the skills you need for navigating law, policy, ethics, and risk in digital humanities text and data mining projects. Apply to attend #BuildingLLTDM. Building Legal Literacies for Text Data Mining (“Building LLTDM”) is an Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, and has been made possible byContinue reading “Call for Participants”

Team Awarded Grant to Help Digital Humanities Scholars Navigate Legal Issues of Text Data Mining

(Originally posted on the UC Berkeley Library Scholarly Communication blog.) We are thrilled to share that the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded a $165,000 grant to a UC Berkeley-led team of legal experts, librarians, and scholars who will help humanities researchers and staff navigate complex legal questions in cutting-edge digital research. What is thisContinue reading “Team Awarded Grant to Help Digital Humanities Scholars Navigate Legal Issues of Text Data Mining”