“I see DH as an inherently pedagogical site…”

I do not find the inherent fluidity in the terms that have preceded (and in some cases continue to exist simultaneously with) DH, such as Humanities Computing, problematic in the least. My first exposure to the world of DH was through an act of archiving syllabi in the “Center for Literary Computing” at West Virginia University (WVU). This (apparently mundane) task of collecting syllabi for all the different courses that have been taught in the Department of Literary and Cultural Studies at WVU was aimed at creating/making a knowledgebase for pedagogical purposes. For me it represents the finest potential of the digital in the humanities and vice versa: representing knowledge as accessible through the use of technology. Not surprisingly, I see DH as an inherently pedagogical site...