As the year draws to a close, we have much to celebrate at Programming Historian HQ!
During 2022 we have proudly reached the milestone of publishing our 200th lesson, with over 30 of those in Portuguese.
Further to this, we’ve started publishing a series of lessons initiated in collaboration with Jisc and The National Archives (UK) which explore computational analysis of large-scale digital collections. The set will comprise seven original lessons across Portuguese, French and English, as well as localised translations across all four of our publication languages. We’re collating a list of the titles as they are published.
Also in the past year, we have achieved a Programming Historian first, an English translation from a Spanish original tutorial!
In the last quarter of 2022, we launched a programme of activities to support our community of digital humanities educators, learners and project partners. To find out about upcoming events and catch up on any you’ve missed, visit our Events page or follow us on Eventbrite. You can also follow us on Twitter and our brand new Mastodon to stay up-to-date.
Last, but not least, we have also moved closer to our sustainability goal. Our growing network of Partners provide invaluable support that empowers us to continue producing high-quality, diamond open access, multilingual learning resources. Sincere thanks to all those individuals and institutions who have joined or renewed their memberships this year. We are grateful to each and every contributor: your investment makes our work possible. Find out more about making a personal donation or joining our Institutional Partnership Programme via our website, or write to us directly. We’re looking forward to building upon our achievements in 2023 and beyond!
About the author
Gisele Almeida is the Education and Community Lead at Programming Historian.