Communities and Organizations

DigLibArts 2020 Learning Communities

Check back soon as we share information about new DigLibArts 2020 supported learning communities!

National and Local Communities

HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory)

Founded in 2002, HASTAC is a distributed network of interdisciplinary humanists, artists, social scientists, scientists, and technologists who are active in education, activism, and politics. There are over 13,000 members from over 400 affiliate organizations. They have an annual conference and a wide online presence that encourages student participation through their HASTAC Scholars Program. For more information about HASTAC, ask Anne Cong-Huyen, who is a steering committee member and former HASTAC Scholar.

Hybrid Pedagogy

Hybrid Pedagogy is an organization of dedicated digital pedagogues who offer a digital journal on critical digital pedagogy, a social network community using the #digped hashtag, and workshops and seminars about online learning, flipped classrooms, hybrid classes, teaching with social media, and more.


Digital Humanities SoCal (dhSoCal) is a regional network of scholars, teachers, and students practicing and interested in the digital humanities. This large community coordinates and shares information, programs, and opportunities. It’s also a useful site to find collaborators.

Digital Liberal Arts Exchange

The Digital Liberal Arts Exchange, or DLAx for short, is a network that links Digital Liberal Arts programs across the country and leverages the resources of the network to build a more robust nation-wide community of centers and practitioners. Still in its early phases, the exchange is looking for collaborators and there are many opportunities to contribute or learn from members.