DIGITAL HUMANITIES SUMMER INSTITUTE 2012 | UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
"Intended for teaching faculty, instructors, librarians, and graduate students, this course provides a “best practices” approach to using digital humanities tools and processes in humanities courses for the purposes of communication, collaboration and facility of research. The course will unfold along two parallel tracks,  an overview of how best to incorporate DH tools into a given syllabus—how to harness DH tools to support larger pedagogical objectives, set goals, and manage expectations, and  a practical examination of a variety of DH tools, from those serving the needs of a particular course (e.g., “home-built” digital editions, wikis, blogs, websites, GIS/Google Maps, and content management systems such as Moodle) to more general purpose, web 2.0 tools (e.g., Zotero, Prezi, Twitter, YouTube, and Dipity). Across the five days of DHSI, the course will move from a theoretical to a practical framework."
A wonderful set of resources here which I came across on reading this article:
Via Anne Whaits, Donna Murdoch, Sonia C. Alonso