The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship at Kelvin Smith Library will host its annual Digital Scholarship Colloquium Nov. 6-7.
This year’s colloquium will focus on digital research pedagogy and practices in the humanities, sciences and social sciences. Proposals by faculty and graduate students for panels, papers and presentations that address these themes are being accepted.
Submission topics may include (but are not limited to) instructional methodologies and strategies for:
Introducing undergraduate and graduate students to digital tools and methodologies for research (visualization, data mining, scholarly editing, TEI encoding, mapping, analyzing text, managing data, curating data, building digital exhibits/collections)
Incorporating digital projects into existing course syllabi
Advising digital dissertations, theses, or capstone projects
Training students to work on extracurricular projects
Collaborating with libraries and/or digital scholarship centers
Training faculty in digital research, project management, and data curation