The definition of this concept is that DH is an area of scholarly activity at the intersection of computing or digital technologies and the disciplines of the humanities. It can be defined as new ways of doing scholarship that involve collaborative, transdisciplinary, and computationally engaged research, teaching, and publishing.
I’m agree with this definition because I consider that it pick up very well the main ideas of this concept. There are some project about this topic, so here there are some examples:
https://dhcommons.org/projects/around-dh-80-days It is a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary Digital Humanities collaboration that seeks to introduce new and veteran audiences to the global field of DH scholarly practice by bringing together current DH projects from around the world.
https://eadh.org/projects/catalogue-digital-editions This web application was developed to deliver the Catalogue data to users in an interactive and user-friendly manner, allowing them to browse, search, filter and order the projects around their research interests.
https://eadh.org/projects/cultures-knowledge The Cultures of Knowledge project is based at the University of Oxford and has been using a variety of research methods to reassemble and understand early modern correspondence networks. This project is a digital framework for multi-lateral collaboration on Europe’s intellectual history.