Our Digital Liberal Arts (DLA) Programs aim to raise the faculty and staff capacities of member institutions for localized, digital approaches to liberal arts education.
Our definition of DLA, as well as example methods and assignments, and a list of projects we have supported in the past.
Expert guidance on any questions or challenges that AMICAL members have related to the digital humanities, or to digital pedagogy or scholarship generally, in liberal arts environments.
Request support for your course-integrated digital project.
Funding for projects and initiatives that relate to locally grounded and collaborative forms of digital liberal arts.
We organize events on digital tools and methods with presentations by invited guests and interactive discussions with AMICAL colleagues.
These cohort programs offer support to Digital Collaborations and Digital Oral History.
Connect with colleagues about DLA, and stay updated with relevant AMICAL programs.
We maintain a list of projects we have supported, a longer list of members’ digital projects (only accessible by AMICAL members) and a list of publicly available digital collections. You may contact us to add projects or collections to these lists.
These programs are organized by AMICAL’s Digital Liberal Arts Programs Committee in coordination with members, and are part of our 2018-2021 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for “Building Leadership and Capacity for Digital Liberal Arts across AMICAL”, for which we have requested an extension through 2023.