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. His born-digital project, Enchanting the Desert (May 2016) integrates his scholarship on the Grand Canyon with historical images by photographer Henry G. Peabody and interactive GIS mapping. He will give a talk at 4:30pm in Olin 014, followed by a reception in the entry hall of Olin.
Other sessions of the symposium will include a panel by the Digital Scholarship Fellows (Catherine Benoît, Sufia Uddin, and Phil Barnes), a talk by Anthony Graesch on a donation-funded digital scholarship project, a panel by Trinity College’s Educational Technology group, and a panel by UConn’s Greenhouse Studios.
A more detailed schedule will follow early this fall.