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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 DigLibArts 2020 Initiative. Ask us about joining or forming a Faculty Learning Community!

Recent News & Blog Posts 

 

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

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

Dig Lib Arts and the Integrated Arts and Humanities Program

This August, project leaders from DLA took part in a new “Integrated Arts and Humanities” Collaboration with Connecticut College ...

Dig Lib Arts Projects featured at Pacific Coast Branch-American Historical Association

Two Dig Lib Arts projects “California’s Golden State Brew” and the “Open Gärden” App  were recently featured at the ...

California’s Golden State Brew: A New “Learning Community” Project Supported by DigLibArts

Dig Lib Arts has launched a new Leaning Community Project, “California’s Golden State Brew: Sustainable Coffee-Avocado Production in Southern ...

Neurodiversity and Neurotechnology Learning Community

Whittier College’s newest Learning Community, Neurodiversity and Neurotechnology (NNLC), has formed with faculty from the departments of ...

“Crash Course” in Media Literacy on Youtube!

The wonderful Youtube channel “Crash Course” has a new 10 minute crash course on “Media Literacy.” Watch episode one now! ...

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