Join ASU Library for a digital scholarship workshop led by Spencer Keralis, former head of the Digital Humanities and Collaborative Programs Unit at the University of North Texas Libraries. He is also the founding director of Digital Frontiers, an annual conference that brings together the makers and users of digital resources for humanities research, teaching, and learning.

Through his engagements, Keralis aims to inspire colleagues to reach into their community and practice radical inclusion and collaborate across disciplines and positions to produce meaningful work.

The humanities survey course offers an opportunity for faculty and librarians to collaborate to introduce digital scholarship methods to students. In this workshop, participants will team up to work on a model assignment that integrates historical contexts with data and information literacy principles, and that requires minimal technical know-how. The end result is a fun, collaborative project that can enrich the survey course and offer librarians, faculty, and students a chance to explore hands-on digital scholarship.

Lunch will be served. 

Spencer Keralis

Hayden Library, room C41

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For More Information Contact:

Patty Odle
ASU Library