The following list includes items that the members of the Institutional Partnerships and Support Group identified as important elements of case studies based on interviews.
Types of Information
- communication - with whom? by what means? at what points in the project? was it effective?
- degrees of active engagement of faculty member(s) and others involved in the project
- range of financial support
- financial sustainability (soft v. hard money support)
- results/impacts on teaching, learning, and research, infrastructure and technology tools (this includes discussions of the ways in which the projects at hand may have expanded the types of inquiry or effective methods of teaching available to humanists)
People to Consider Interviewing
- Identify & interview leadership in digital humanities/societies
- Find faculty on campuses who have had success and find out what it takes
- Interview faculty members in groups rather than focusing on solitary humanists