Projects of the BT2P Community

Integrating Digital Humanities into Undergraduate Education


The New Jersey Digital Humanities Consortium is part of the growing movement to bring digital tools to bear on humanities scholarship and research. Supported by a Multi-Institutional Innovation Grant from Bringing Theory to Practice, members of the Consortium from Ramapo College and Seton Hall University created a summer institute, follow-up convenings, and digital resources to introduce campus colleagues to the digital humanities and help them to integrate it in new curricula.  The project aims not only to disseminate new modes of humanities research and pedagogy, but also to connect students’ humanities interests with work opportunities in the digital economy.


Ramapo College of New Jersey, Seton Hall University, New Jersey Digital Humanities Consortium

Institutional Type:

  • 4-year liberal arts college
  • Doctoral university


  • Work and learning
  • Faculty development
  • Curricular innovation


New Jersey


Cathy Moran Hajo, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Mary Balkun, Seton Hall University