As an important part of the reorientation of Islamic Studies, the conference specifically  raised the theme of digital humanities. The theme of digital humanities continues previous discussions about Islamic studies in the digital age. In the digital conception as an era, Islamic studies are placed in a new time and space, unknown before in the oral, written, and printed eras. In that era, digital humanities were previously only understood to be limited to the transformation of objects of the study of the social sciences and humanities, including religious studies and Islamic studies, into digital forms. Nowadays, digital humanities have entered a new chapter as perceptive, approach, and worldview in understanding Islamic studies, both Islamic thought and Muslim society. The concept of structured and measurable digital, even in unlimited numbers as a big data, influences the understanding and presentation of Islamic Studies. Digital humanitis is not only a material form, but also a conceptual explanation for understanding and explaining Islam in a very broad Islamic study that is interconnected with each other. Islamic information in cross-time and place connected to each other through digital humanities, which eventually forces us to open a new understanding of Islam and Islamic Studies.  In contrast, the presentation of Islam and Islamic studies in an open discourse of social humanities also influences the way digital information is comprehended.