I’m a history and digital services librarian at Cornell University. Like many campuses, we don’t [yet] have a digital humanities center, but we do have librarians with expertise in various areas of digital scholarship who have partnered successfully with faculty on dozens of digital projects. What I’d like to focus on is librarian-faculty partnerships to teach digital humanities. I have experience with two different approaches—assisting/partnering in an undergraduate digital history course and developing an intensive three day boot camp of digital technologies for graduate students. I’m interested in discussing other partnering approaches, strategies, and experiences to see what we can learn from each other.