Nominations have closed! Previously you could have filled out the form linked to from the bottom of this page. Nominations were open until 31 December 2013 (midnight GMT), voting will start in January 2014.
The nominations for the open DH Awards 2013 are now closed. Previously you could have nominated any Digital Humanities resource you felt deserved to win in any of this year’s categories. The open DH Awards 2013 are openly nominated by the community and openly voted for by the public as a DH awareness activity. There are no financial prizes, just the honour of having won and an icon for your website.
Please note that the nominations must be for projects/resources/sites that were launched/finished/created in 2013.
Please see the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
The categories we are accepting nominations for the open Digital Humanities Awards 2013 are:
- Best DH tool or suite of tools
Nominations for this category should be for a tool or suite of tools created by members of the DH community, used for enabling, encouraging, and/or accomplishing DH work.
- Best DH contribution not in the English language
Nominations for this category should be for DH resources or publications that are not in the English language.
- Best use of DH for fun
Nominations for this category should be for projects/resources/sites for DH which are designed to be fun or inherently playful.
- Best DH blog post, article, or short publication
Nominations for this category should be for a specific short DH publication (peer-reviewed or not) whether article, blog post, or other publication.
- Best DH visualization or infographic
Nominations for this category should be for a graphic, infographic, or visualization created for or by the DH community.
- Best DH project for public audiences
Nominations for this category should be for a DH project designed to be used by audiences primarily outside of higher education, including educators, students, enthusiasts, genealogists, engaged citizens, etc.
NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED