The Chronicle of Higher Education has a new article.
“Cultivating Partnerships in the Digital Humanities: What teaching colleges and research universities have to gain from collaboration.”
…I want to argue that teaching-focused institutions have much to gain from partnerships with research universities on the digital humanities, and vice versa.
Beyond liberal-arts training, the 21st-century workplace increasingly demands that graduates demonstrate technological competence and entrepreneurial ability. Instead of engaging in escalating, unsustainable, and destructive competition, colleges and universities could develop mutually supportive relationships, combining our complementary strengths to benefit the overlapping and distinct communities that we serve.