DHCommons is powered by the digital humanities community. Here's how you can help the site grow:

Add a project

Do you currently have a project that would benefit from collaboration? Do you have an idea for a new project, and are you looking for partners to apply for a grant with? Log in and add a project to DHCommons.

Create a collaborator profile

An explosion of assistanceAre you or your organization interested in collaborating on digital humanities projects? Create an account for yourself (and/or for your organization) and fill in the information about what expertise you have, what kinds of projects you're interested in collaborating on, and your availability.

You don't have to fill in the collaborator profile fields to add a project to DHCommons, but even if you're only interested in very specific kinds for collaboration, or have limited time available, consider adding that information to a collaborator profile.

Send us feedback

DHCommons has greatly benefitted from user feedback during our beta testing period, and we'd like to hear how we can make the site better. If you successfully found a collaborator (or a project to work with) using DHCommons, please share your story with us-- we'd love to include it in the blog. The easiest way to reach the DHCommons team is via the site contact form.

Help curate the site

DHCommons needs help with day-to-day curation work, like cleaning up taxonomies, assigning geographic coordinates to institutions/organizations, and deleting spam accounts. To that end, we're looking to build a curatorial board. If you're interested, select "volunteering" from the drop-down on the site contact form.