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DH Awards 2016 – Call For Nominations

http://dhawards.org/dhawards2016/nominations/
There are translations of this call for nominations available inFrench, Japanese, and Spanish on the website.
The annual open DH Awards 2016 is now accepting nominations!Please nominate any Digital Humanities resource in any languagethat you feel deserves to win in any of this year’s categories.The open DH Awards 2016 are openly nominated by the community andopenly voted for by the public as a DH awareness activity.Although the working language of DH Awards is English,nominations may be for any resource in any language. Awards arenot specific to geography, language, conference, organization orfield of humanities. There are no financial prizes, just thehonour of having won and an icon for your website.
Nominations will be open until 2017-01-27. Voting will take placeshortly after.
Please note that the nominations must be forprojects/resources/sites that werelaunched/finished/update/created in 2016.
The categories for the open Digital Humanities Awards 2016 are:
- Best Use of DH for Fun- Best DH Data Visualization- Best Exploration of DH Failure- Best DH Blog Post or Series of Posts- Best Use DH Public Engagement- Best DH tool or Suite of Tools
To nominate something for the DH Awards 2016 use the form at:
        http://tinyurl.com/dhawards2016-nominations

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