This paper outlines a practical framework for capacity building to develop institutional digital humanities support for IT staff, librarians, administrators, and faculty with administrative responsibilities.
BiographyAnnelie Rugg is the Director/Humanities CIO at UCLA's Center for Digital Humanities (CDH), where she has worked since completing her UCLA Ph.D. in Slavic Linguistics in 2001. As Director, Annelie oversees all technology projects, initiatives, and operations undertaken in support of the second-largest humanities division in the country. Prior to becoming Director, Annelie served as CDH's Instructional Technology Coordinator for seven years, managing all instructional technology initiatives for the division, including development and support for course websites, instructional projects, and faculty training. Annelie joined CDH in 2001 as Foreign Language Instructional Technology Coordinator, applying her language teaching and prior technology experience to enhance language teaching and learning. Annelie's technology experience also includes three years as a director of marketing, project manager and technical writer at a startup software company. More recently, Annelie has been actively involved in the creation and oversight of UCLA's Moodle-based Common Collaboration and Learning Environment (CCLE), and is collaborating with UCLA faculty to create a Digital Humanities minor and graduate certificate. Annelie also teaches a course in Computer-enhanced Language Learning as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in UCLA's department of Applied Linguistics.
ECAR/CNI Digital Humanities Working Group