Category: Events

workshops, visiting speakers, exciting collaborations, etc.

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Resources: DigLibArts @ the Pedagogy Lab: (Re)Orientation

As mentioned in the previous blog post, this year, DigLibArts is experimenting with the format of our beloved faculty Pedagogy Labs. Instead of holding a large Pedagogy Lab, we’re collaborating with Laura McEnaney, Associate Dean for Faculty Development, and Sam Alfrey, Instruction Librarian, to focusing our lab and offer more specific content geared toward junior …

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Event: High-Tech Happy Hour, Spring 2017

It’s time to celebrate (nearly) surviving another academic year, and to revel in the company and accomplishments of our peers at Whittier College with another High-Tech Happy Hour. This time around we’ll have short presentations from the following: Lorelei Coddington (Education) Student Website Student Digital Story Kate Durbin (English and Writing) Bill$ Victoria’s Big Secret …

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Here’s Why You Should be at the Greenleaf Slam…

The DigLibArts Student Tech Liaisons are now soliciting multimedia projects, digital stories, research posters, infographics, and other creative or scholarly works taking advantage of the intersections between culture, information and technology to showcase at our second Research Slam. For more info, click here. Below are ten reasons why you should present or attend this year’s Slam! 1. …

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Call for Participation

  About the Research Slam One of the goals of the Whittier DigLibArts team is to investigate and highlight innovative ways of combining traditional liberal arts research with information media and technology. In this tradition, the DigLibArts, the Tech Liaisons, and ASWC Senate are hosting the 2nd ANNUAL Greenleaf Research Slam to showcase the unique …

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