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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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Ten Reasons 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 first ever Research Slam! The goal of the Slam is to combine the best features of traditional academic venues like lectures …

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Winter 2015 Pedagogy Lab

Welcome back! All faculty and staff are invited to join DigLibArts for our semi-annual Pedagogy Lab, taking place on January 25th, 2016, from 1pm to 5pm in the DigLibArts Collaboratory in Wardman Library. This is an excellent opportunity to dialogue with and learn from your faculty peers in an environment designed to facilitate discussions about …

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Screening: CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, 11/5 Hoover 100

Join DigLibArts, the Department of Mathematics, Garrett House, and the Department of Political Science for a special screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap on Thursday, November 5th, at 6:30 pm in Hoover 100. The film screening will be preceded by a short talk and discussion led by Dr. Sara Angevine, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, …

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