This wiki space contains archival documentation of Project Bamboo, April 2008 - March 2013.
This group included representatives from Brown, University of Virginia, California Digital Library, Open University, USC, and others. (scribes, Elli Mylonas and Bethany Nowviskie)
fundamental need to reach out to scholars to demonstrate transformative elements of digital scholarship –
how to demonstrate value, an outreach component
need to remove the word training, add "outreach/communication"
how do we develop digital humanists – how to expand the circle, integrate this into graduate training
design principles for digital scholarship – how to design tools so that they are more intuitive for traditional scholars?
the methodological turn – digital humanities was easy for scholars who came from textual studies – anything methodological (editing, corpus linguistics, prosopography). Not so easy for scholars who are working more consciously from theoretical and interpretive standpoints. How to get at this?
how to get digital scholarship into graduate education? need to mainstream or integrate.
How willingly and well are various groups using/developing standards? What are the common pitfalls?
How do you communicate about standards with colleagues who may be unfamiliar with them?
How can Bamboo remain open to new standards or help identify gaps where new standards are needed and participate in developing them?
How do we help resolve conflicting standards?