Greenleaf Slam 2017

Award Recipients Best Overall: Kelcey Negus and Stella Thermos Best Usage of Digital Technology: Maya Eylon Audience Favorite: Audry Booher and Rachel Moran Best Presentation Addressing Culture: Amer Rashid Most Informative: Leslie Caamal Most Eye-Catching: Kourtney Brodnax Most Impactful: Regina Valencia Schedule for the Greenleaf Slam (revised March 24, 2017) 12:00 PM – 12:15 PM …

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DigLibArts 2020: “Only Connect”

Ubiquitous technology challenges us to ponder and practice the values that motivate us as individuals and unite us as a community. Digital technology can isolate us. With headphones in place, screens held up to our eyes, and thoughts far away from the present moment, we can ignore the person sitting next to us. Focused on recording a …

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DigLibArts 2020: Digital well-being for the liberal arts

What is digital well-being, and how does it relate to the liberal arts? Digital well-being can be defined as the ability to define and develop a nurturing personal and/or community cyberinfrastructure.  This goal articulates one facet of Whittier’s mission to “prepare students from diverse backgrounds to excel in a complex global society” by empowering individuals …

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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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