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2019 Digital Scholarship Fellows Program: Call for Proposals

Have you ever wanted to create a digital companion for a book project? Do you have collections of research materials collecting dust or physically degrading in your office, or large datasets you’d like to develop into maps or visualizations to accompany your written scholarship? Would you like your students to actively engage with Special Collections & Archives materials or your own research? Are you interested in engaging directly with new communities through crowdsourcing and public scholarship? If any of these questions resonate with you, and you would like to involve students in the processes of digitization, analysis, and online publishing,…

DS Fellows at Digital Frontiers Conference

The Digital Scholarship Fellows went on the road this October to present at the Digital Frontiers conference, held at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS. The conference brought together scholars, students, librarians, and technologists to share their digital scholarship projects, exchange ideas for building community among digital humanities/scholarship practitioners, and discuss issues and needs in the field. The Fellows’ panel presented an overview of the goals and outcomes our Digital Scholarship Fellows Program’s first year, including discussions by each of the Fellows on their project work. The talk was well-received, and it is clear that the support system we…

Digital Scholarship Symposium 2018

Join us November 12, 2018 for the Digital Scholarship and Pedagogy in the Liberal Arts symposium at Connecticut College! The symposium is the culminating event of the first year of the Digital Scholarship Fellows Program, funded by the Office of the Dean of Faculty and supported by staff members across Information Services. Co-sponsors of the symposium include the Ammerman Center for Arts & Technology, the Office of the Dean of Faculty, Information Services, the Goodwin-Niering Center, and the departments of Anthropology, Religious Studies, Biology, and Environmental Studies. Our keynote speaker will be Nicholas Bauch, PhD, who published the first project in Stanford University Press’s digital scholarship publication series.…

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