Are you a subject librarian interested in building digital scholarships? Join us for the upcoming webinar “Digital Inception: Building a digital scholarship/humanities curriculum as a subject librarian,” on Wednesday, April 22, from 1:00 – 2:30 pm CST.
Digital scholarship is gaining momentum in academia. What started as a humanities movement is now present in most disciplines. Introducing digital scholarship to students can benefit them in multiple ways: it helps them interact with new trends in scholarship, appeals to different kinds of learners, helps them develop new and emerging literacies, and gives them the opportunity to be creative.
This 90-minute presentation will guide attendees in building a digital scholarship curriculum from a subject librarian position. It will explore how to identify opportunities, reach out to faculty, and advertise your services. It will also showcase activities, lesson plans, and free tools for digital publication, data mining, text analysis, mapping, etc.
Finally, the presentation will include a section on finding training opportunities and strategies to support colleagues and create capacity in your institutions.
Learning objectives for this program include:
- Discover their own potential as digital scholarship instructors
- Amass a set of activities and tools to be used in the teaching of digital scholarship
- Identify opportunities for professional development and growth in digital scholarship
- What is digital scholarship/humanities? (5 min)
- The power of the subject/liaison/instruction librarian (10 min)
- Free/inexpensive tools and activity ideas (lesson plans, etc.) (40 min)
- Reaching out to faculty (includes activity) (10 min)
- Training opportunities (10 min)
- Q & A (15 min)
Who Should Attend: This course is geared toward Liaison/Subject/Instruction librarians or any librarian for whom DS/DH is not their main role.
Presenter: Marcela Isuster, Education and Humanities Librarian, McGill University
Can’t attend the live event? No problem! Register and you’ll receive a link to the recording.
Questions or Comments? Contact us at email@example.com or (312) 280-4268.