collaborate – teach – transform

Whittier’s Digital Liberal Arts Program (DigLibArts) is a collaborative initiative to enhance the liberal arts at Whittier College by empowering faculty and students to make full and better use of the digital technologies that are reshaping pedagogical approaches and transforming research throughout the liberal arts.

  • The DigLibArts 2020 Initiative supports the digital well-being of all members of our campus community by enhancing information and digital literacies in our curriculum and campus-wide.
  • The DigLibArts Collaboratory in our campus library is designed to support and inspire faculty to integrate digital technologies into their pedagogy and to foster the building of relationships with other liberal arts colleges developing similar initiatives.
  • DigLibArts offers personal assistance, training, stipends, and community to all members of the Whittier College community.

For more information on our projects, please explore the tabs above.

Learn more about the Digital Well-being Initiative or about joining or forming a Faculty Learning Community!

Recent News & Blog Posts 

 

Digital Environmental History at Whittier

Digital Environmental History at Whittier!     Jan term at Whittier provides unique intensive teaching and learning opportunities. This ...

DigLibArts Sponsors annual High Tech Happy Hour

DigLibArts Sponsors annual High Tech Happy Hour! In December, faculty and staff enjoyed an evening at the top of the Science and Learning Center ...

11/12 Digital Pedagogy and Scholarship Symposium

Dig Lib Arts hosted a livestream digital symposium with our partners at the Digital Scholarship and Curriculum Center (DSCC) at Connecticut College ...

Dig Lib Arts Hosting “Digital Indigenous Mapping” Event on 11/1

Dig Lib Arts is co-hosting with the Department of History a major “Indigenous Mapping and the Digital Humanities” event on 11/1. The ...
DigLibArts-sponsored “California Grown” Coffee-Avocado Project Trailer

DigLibArts-sponsored “California Grown” Coffee-Avocado Project Trailer

Through the generous support of a DigLibArts “community learning” grant, faculty involved in the “California Grown” project ...
Dig Lib Arts Co-Sponsoring Upcoming “Whittier History Orchard” Talk

Dig Lib Arts Co-Sponsoring Upcoming “Whittier History Orchard” Talk

DigLibArts is co-sponsoring a day-long visit by the renown avocado grower and agricultural preservationist Scott Murray ...

DigLibArts is made possible by generous grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.