Digitized Manuscripts includes two presentations: “Making Use of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts” on the challenges and possibilities of using the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF), and “Digital Tools for Manuscript Study,” by a team from the University of Toronto on a project there to build open, modular tool environments to support image-based scholarly research.
The Digital Humanities Committee has gathered faculty from many academic departments, TLTC and University Libraries http://blogs.shu.edu/digitalhumanities/committee/to provide opportunities for faculty to learn new technology tools and create new output for their scholarship. The Committee Members are listed here: http://blogs.shu.edu/digitalhumanities/committee/.
New Jersey Digital Humanities Consortium was recently established by Seton Hall's Mary Balkun and Marta Deyrup in 2016 to further the discussion about DH amongst NJ’s universities. More information about the consortium is available here: http://blogs.shu.edu/njdhc/