The ACRL Digital Scholarship Section Virtual Professional Development Program for Spring 2020, "Digital Scholarship Practices & Programs: Models of Pedagogy," will be held on April 15, 11am-12pm (Central). This program will focus on digital scholarship,
digital literacy, and diversity in DH.
Stacy Winchester & Amie Freeman (University of South Carolina) – “SHARPGrads: Digital Scholarship Programming for Graduate Students”
Kent Gerber (Bethel University) – “Integrating Diversity into the Digital Humanities Curriculum and Digital Collections in a Predominantly White Liberal Arts University”
Hanne Pearce & Lydia Zvyagintseva (University of Alberta Library) – “Digital Literacy Programming: Teaching the Concept and the Tool”
This program is presented by the ACRL DSS Professional Development Committee, in collaboration with the Outreach Committee and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee.
The program is free to attend! Register here:
Patrice-Andre "Max" Prud'homme, Ph.D.
Director, Digital Curation
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078
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