Do you love comics? Are you an artist or collector of things comic-related? We’re looking for submissions for our upcoming virtual comics exhibit! We’d love to see some of your art or an item from your collection and hear about why comics are an important part of your work, classes, hobbies, or interests.
In honor of Global Diversity Awareness Month, we’ve collected some unique and thought-provoking articles from our digital humanities resources centered around notable digital projects, conversations about digital histories, and valuable efforts in academia and digital scholarship.
Seeking an opportunity to learn more about digital scholarship tools and resources? Boston College Libraries Digital Scholarship Group (BCDS) released their lineup of virtual workshops for the fall. Registration for each workshop is free and 100% virtual. Each workshop covers a different topic in data and digital scholarship. Workshop topics include survey data with Excel,… Read more »
As you can likely tell from the title, this post is a bit different from our typical announcements related to academic opportunities and calls for papers, and it’s because this opportunity is significantly different from most. Students of all levels, Hybrid Pedagogy wants to know your thoughts on what education can be and your experience… Read more »
Bucknell University’s 7th Annual Digital Scholarship Conference (BUDSC21) is October 8-9, 2021. The conference theme is “Sustaining Digital Scholarship”. Topics will include technologies, projects, collaborations, and failures surrounding sustainability and sustainable digital scholarship. Bucknell University encourages all digital scholarship submissions and creative formats. The typical conference submissions are allowed, as well as demos, workshops, works-in-progress,… Read more »
Have you ever wanted to design a game but struggled to code? Maybe you wanted to create interactive fiction but couldn’t figure out where to start, or perhaps you loved those Choose Your Own Adventure books back in the day. Twine is the tool to help you with any of the above. In this DSC… Read more »
Attention all instructors, teaching fellows, professors, staff, and digital pedagogy enthusiasts. Are you interested in digital pedagogy or serious about incorporating DP in your teaching? There’s still time to register for the 7th Annual Digital Pedagogy Institute! Hosted by University of Waterloo and Ryerson University, the 2021 Digital Pedagogy Institute takes place August 10 –… Read more »
As we head toward the fall semester, we in the Digital Scholarship Committee want to welcome our new readers and answer a question we often hear: What are digital humanities and digital scholarship?Let’s start with digital humanities.Digital humanities (DH) sits at the intersection of humanities and digital technology. It might sound boring, but if you’re… Read more »
Everyone has a story to tell and with ArcGIS you can make your story. In this DSC Guide Deep Dive, we take a look at the visual ways to tell stories and create timelines with ArcGIS StoryMaps.ArcGIS StoryMaps is an online tool that merges storytelling with mapmaking, allowing users to exercise their creativity to illustrate… Read more »
Did you know that our Digital Scholarship Guide contains association and disciplinary guides for art disciplines, the American Historical Association, and the Modern Language Association? In today’s In the Know on the Go, we take a look at MLA’s Guidelines for Evaluating Work in Digital Humanities and Digital Media to help humanities students, faculty, and… Read more »