As more historians become interested in using digital tools and methods, it is incumbent upon the AHA to support its members in this burgeoning area of scholarship. As part of that effort, we are taking steps to expand the digital aspects of the program at the annual meeting in Washington, D.C. this coming January. This preconference workshop will bring together historians with an interest in using digital tools and resources with experts in digital history to address such questions as how to build collaborative projects, where to find funding, what is the best way to manage projects, how to use digital tools in the classroom, and more. We have put together an excellent group of experts to lead sessions on a range of activities to help get you started in using digital tools and methods in your research, teaching, and publishing. Jennifer Serventi of the NEH's Office of Digital Humanities will be on hand to talk about the work that the ODH does to support digital scholarship and answer questions. Sharon Leon, Director of Public Projects at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University will lead sessions on project management. We are also excited to have Claire Potter (known to many for her Tenured Radical blog) to talk about WordPress and academic blogging. There will be sessions on digital history in the classroom, text mining for historical research, spatial history, and introductions to tools for building digital history websites.