ACH is a community-driven organization, supported by your membership fees. Our most important activities center on cultivating and strengthening the field of digital humanities, and providing guidance and support to those entering the field.
In 2012, the Association for Computers and the Humanities is working toward more open and transparent agenda-setting. We are looking to you to help us better serve the international digital humanities community -- by generating new ideas for our Executive Council to explore, and prioritizing items already on our agenda.
One of ACH's most significant activities consists of outreach to the digital humanities community via mentoring, advocacy work, DH conference events, and co-sponsorship for events at other gatherings.
The ACH supports young scholars by providing bursaries to defray costs of attending conferences and other DH events. ACH also participates in the ADHO achievement awards which recognize achievements in the field of Digital Humanities.
We've created a site where our community can ask and answer questions about digital humanities: theory, tools, methods, tips and tricks, and more. DHAnswers is a collaboration with ProfHacker at the Chronicle of Higher Education
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ACH sponsors a session on digital humanities topics at the annual MLA conference. In December of each year, we also publish a list of all papers and sessions at the MLA that are of interest to the DH community.