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Just in time learning, and (my) digital scholarship lifecycle

Reposted from my blog, andrearehn.com. A Short History of (my) Networked Scholarship The title of this blog post could also be “how to embed a Google slideshow into a WordPress blog,” since that’s what the images embedded below teach. But I also thought I’d write about searching for WordPress tricks, since so many of us are using …

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Announcing the Jan & John ’45 Cauffman Fellowship

Sofía Dueñas ’17, will be DigLibArts inaugural recipient of the Cauffman Fellowship. The Cauffman Fellowship has been generously endowed by Jan and John Cauffman to support faculty-student collaborations and innovative pedagogies. Sofía will be a junior in the Whittier Scholars Program, working with faculty mentor Dr. Anne Cong-Huyen. Sofía and Anne will be collaborating to convert a semester-length …

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Dr. Anne Cong-Huyen joins DigLibArts

Dr. Anne Cong-Huyen joins DigLibArts as Digital Scholar DigLibArts is excited to welcome our new team member, Dr. Anne Cong-Huyen. Anne Cong-Huyen comes to Whittier College after a postdoctoral fellowship at UCLA as Fellow in Cultures of Transnational Perspective and Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Asian American Studies. She completed her PhD in 2013 at UC Santa Barbara with a dissertation titled “Host & …

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Connected Learning MOOC, Summer 2014

Making Learning Connected (follow #CLMOOC on Twitter) is an event offered during The Summer to Make, Play & Connect by Educator Innovator and is powered by the National Writing Project. It is organized in six open Make Cycles intended to inspire participants to “make, write, connect, and reflect. We take the “open” and “collaborative” parts of MOOCs seriously, and facilitators have designed CLMOOC in ways we hope …

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Remembering Adrianne Wadewitz

It is with great sadness that we suffer the loss of Adrianne Wadewitz, who was to join DigLibArts this summer. Adrianne received her PhD in English from Indiana University, and was just completing a post-doctoral fellowship at Occidental College when she had a fatal accident while rock climbing. Although Adrianne had not yet formally joined …

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