Mónica Salas-Landa (anthropology and sociology) and Lindsay Soh (chemical and biomolecular engineering) both used Digital Humanities in the Classroom Grants to develop projects for their classes this spring. Descriptions of the projects (one involving Omeka and the local landscape in Easton, the other using the visualization tool Tableau to explain an energy technology) and their brief reflections on bringing DH into the classroom are now available on the Digital Scholarship Services blog.