ADHO promotes and supports digital research and teaching across all arts and humanities disciplines, acting as a community-based advisory force, and supporting excellence in research, publication, collaboration and training.
BayAreaDH is an organization bringing together academics, journalists, tech industry professionals, artists, designers and anyone else who is interested in exploring the intersection between humanities and technology. The focus is building ties between industry, the academy, and the public to promote digital humanities scholarship.
The Digital Ethnic Futures Consortium (DEFCon) is a national consortium of digital ethic studies practitioners. Through events, professional development, networking opportunities, and a regranting program, we support the work of faculty, librarians, and students who are undertaking research and teaching at the intersections of digital humanities and ethnic studies fields.
The DH community is active on Twitter, and many practitioners find it to be a useful networking tools. If you are not already a Twitter user, Digital Humanities at Berkeley has created a helpful guide to using Twitter for scholarly networking.
The digital humanities community has gathered around many spaces, such as conferences (and unconferences), summer institutes, digital journals, and blogs. Twitter has evolved as a key space for digital humanists (and a variety of researchers from other fields) to discover peers at other institutions, share information, discuss, debate, and form communities of interest.