Dear All, [With apologies for cross-posting] We at Greenhouse Studios <https://greenhousestudios.uconn.edu/> would like to invite you to participate in our year-long remote collaboration course at the newly founded NetWorkLab <https://greenhousestudios.uconn.edu/projects/networklab>, an online institute and a professional development opportunity for project managers in the Digital Humanities and allied fields. Submission deadline: March 31, 2023 Further details below and at this link: https://greenhousestudios.uconn.edu/projects/networklab Best regards Wes Hamrick and Isabell Sluka *** Greenhouse Studios <https://greenhousestudios.uconn.edu/> is actively seeking participants in our year-long remote collaboration course at the newly founded *NetWorkLab <https://greenhousestudios.uconn.edu/projects/networklab>*. Researchers, technologists and project managers in the digital humanities & beyond who are interested in ways to enhance their remote collaboration skills are encouraged to apply! NetWorkLab is a fully-online institute and a great professional development opportunity for people at any skill level. Professionals from the digital humanities and allied fields will learn how to integrate methods designed specifically for remote work into their project teams, including building a cohesive team, facilitating equitable participation, encouraging positive participation from remote team members, and using remote collaboration tools like Slack, Miro, Google Docs and Zoom effectively in team management. The program is funded in part by a $249,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities’s Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities <https://www.neh.gov/grants/odh/institutes-advanced-topics-in-the-digital-humanities> program. The official Call for Participants can be found on the NetWorkLab website <https://greenhousestudios.uconn.edu/projects/networklab>. Applications close March 31, 2023. Stay tuned for updates on our website, our blog, and our social media channels.