Resources for Faculty
As a collaboratory, one of the primary goals of DigLibArts is to work with faculty to explore best practices for integrating digital technologies into teaching and research. We offer resources, spaces, and knowledge for experimentation, play, and community building.
DigLibArts offers Whittier College faculty, librarians, and academic staff several opportunities to apply for research and travel funding. These opportunities include stipends to explore uses for technology in the classroom, course releases, travel reimbursements, and funding for pilot projects.
A range of opportunities will be made available for the Whittier community to learn new skills, engage with new tools and platforms, and to collaborate with peers on new projects.
Click on the image above to see what workshops and events we have planned for the coming semester, or check out our Events page to see what else we have going on!
Faculty at Whittier have the opportunity to apply for Teaching with Technology mini-grants. See how faculty on campus are using these grants to integrate different technologies and activities in their classrooms to engage and challenge students.
Join the DigLibArts Zotero group and contribute to the collaborative library of resources for digital research and teaching. This page will direct you to the library for reference and to resources for using Zotero.
In addition to these collections, Anne and Sonia, as well as our Student Technology Liaisons, are here to help you with your digital pedagogy and research needs.