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Whittier’s Digital Liberal Arts Program (DigLibArts) is a collaborative initiative to enhance the liberal arts at Whittier College by empowering faculty and students to make full and better use of the digital technologies that are reshaping pedagogical approaches and transforming research throughout the liberal arts.

  • The DigLibArts 2020 Initiative supports the digital well-being of all members of our campus community by enhancing information and digital literacies in our curriculum and campus-wide.
  • The DigLibArts Collaboratory in our campus library is designed to support and inspire faculty to integrate digital technologies into their pedagogy and to foster the building of relationships with other liberal arts colleges developing similar initiatives.
  • DigLibArts offers personal assistance, training, stipends, and community to all members of the Whittier College community.

For more information on our projects, please explore the tabs above.

Learn more about the DigLibArts 2020 Initiative. Ask us about joining or forming a Faculty Learning Community!

Recent News & Blog Posts 

 

Resources: DigLibArts @ the Pedagogy Lab: Orientation

Here are slides from a recent Pedagogy Lab offered by DigLibArts. The links to resources at the end are clickable and will lead to additional ...
Event: Fall Pedagogy Lab: (Re)Orientation, Tuesday, August 29th

Event: Fall Pedagogy Lab: (Re)Orientation, Tuesday, August 29th

Welcome back! This fall, DigLibArts, Wardman Library, and the Associate Dean for Faculty Development invite you all to join us for our Pedagogy Lab: ...
Tutorial: SketchUp Make

Tutorial: SketchUp Make

SketchUp is a free cross-platform application that lets its user build, measure, and design three-dimensional projects. It comes in two versions, ...
Event: High-Tech Happy Hour, Spring 2017

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 ...
DigLibArts 2020: A Whittier.Domain for Oneself

DigLibArts 2020: A Whittier.Domain for Oneself

Over the past couple of years, I’ve been working on a slow rollout of one of DigLibArts’ larger projects, Whittier.Domains, our local version of ...
News: DH Tools Across Disciplines, Anne at Santa Clara University

News: DH Tools Across Disciplines, Anne at Santa Clara University

Cross-posted from anitaconchita.org This past week, I had the pleasure of leading a workshop on using “Digital Humanities Tools Across ...

DigLibArts is made possible by generous grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.