Just a reminder that the voting for DH Awards 2014 is ongoing
(and close in some categories!) so you should remember to
encourage people to look at the list of nominated DH resources
and vote at http://dhawards.org/dhawards2014/voting before the
end of *28 February 2015*.
Anyone is allowed to vote, even your parents or next door
neighbours; tell that institutional mailing list, person in the
supermarket, or stranger you meet on a bus. (They will think you
are weird, but if more people see the DH resources we produce,
then everyone wins.)
Voting for DH Awards is open!
DH Awards 2014 is open for voting at:
http://dhawards.org/dhawards2014/voting until the end of *28
Versions of this announcement in French
from the website.
Digital Humanities Awards are a set of entirely open annual
awards run as a DH awareness raising activity. The awards are
nominated and voted for entirely by the public. These awards are
intended to help put interesting DH resources in the spotlight
and engage DH users (and general public) in the work of the
community. Although the working language of DH Awards is English,
nominations may be for any resource in any language. Awards are
not specific to geography, language, conference, organization or
field of humanities. There is no financial prize associated with
these community awards. There were many nominations and the
international nominations committee
(http://dhawards.org/dhawards2014/committee/) reviewed each
nomination. We’re sorry if your nomination was not included, or
changed category, all decisions are final once voting opens.
Please see http://dhawards.org/dhawards2014/faqs2014/ for this
and other frequently asked questions.
Anyone is allowed to vote, yes anyone, but please only vote once.
Please cast vote by looking at the nominations and following the
link to voting form at http://dhawards.org/dhawards2014/voting/
before midnight (GMT) on *28 February 2015* when voting will be
Dr James Cummings,[log in to unmask]
Academic IT Services, University of Oxford