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    Hi Matthew K. Gold,
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    Burcak Ozludil (https://nycdh.org/members/burcak/) started the topic CfP:
    Digital Humanities Showcase 2021
    (https://nycdh.org/groups/nycdh-announcements-71439400/forum/topic/cfp-digital-humanities-showcase-2021/)
    in the forum NYCDH Announcements
    (https://nycdh.org/groups/nycdh-announcements-71439400/forum/):

    *Call For Submissions: Panel Participation and Digital Posters*

    Digital Humanities at NJIT (https://dh.njit.edu/) (DH@NJIT), in
    collaboration with the New Jersey Digital Humanities Consortium
    (https://blogs.shu.edu/njdhc/)(NJDHC) is pleased to announce its 2021
    Digital Humanities Showcase
    (https://dh.njit.edu/digital-humanities-showcase), hosted by New Jersey
    Institute of Technology. Following its postponement due to COVID-19, it
    will be held this Spring on April 23, 2021 at 11:00am – 2:00pm. The program
    will include panels and a digital poster session followed by a NJDHC
    sponsored on DH “successes” in the context of COVID-19. Please see the
    program here (https://dh.njit.edu/digital-humanities-showcase).

    Part of our aim this year for the 2021 Showcase is to acknowledge the
    changes COVID-19 has introduced and to initiate new studies of how writing,
    engaging, and teaching in the Digital Humanities will now advance. We
    welcome your contributions to the Digital Poster session and the
    NJDHC-sponsored “DH Success Stories” panel.

    *Poster Session Submissions: Deadline April 9th*
    The Poster Session is now accepting submissions. “Poster” videos will be
    hosted as part of an extended exhibit through DH@NJIT. We welcome
    submissions for new or ongoing Digital Humanities projects. A select number
    of projects and videos will be chosen for a live poster exhibition,
    complete with an opportunity to discuss and answer questions about your
    project.

    *Recommended formatting and requested information:*
    Please submit a 100-word summary of your project together with a 2-minute
    video (100 MB max) presentation demonstrating the work and some of its core
    features. To keep file size manageable, we recommend using a screen capture
    program. If you have special technical requirements or expect potential
    challenges, please include them in the comments section of the submission
    form. For any questions, please contact: DHShowcase@njit.edu.

    Please submit the requested materials through this Google Form
    (https://forms.gle/Zr47r5aQmHF4cTwx7).

    The deadline for all materials (recorded videos and any complementary
    exhibition files, etc) is April 9, 2021.

    *Panel Participation Proposals: Deadline April 9th*
    We are now accepting submissions for the NJDHC-sponsored panel at this
    event, which will focus on DH “successes.” Despite the many challenges
    imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, what positive things have emerged? Have
    you been able to publish in new ways/forums? Have you found new
    opportunities to access archival materials and/or to work with other
    collaborators? Have you been able to incorporate more DH work into your
    teaching and/or research? This session will take place in the afternoon
    portion of the showcase. Submit a brief description of what you would like
    to present about, including your name and institution, by April 9, 2021.
    Requests to participate can be emailed to Mary Balkun mary.balkun@shu.edu
    and Marta Deyrup marta.deyrup@shu.edu.

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