DetailsWhen: Friday, April 12th, 8a-5p Where: Indy Convention Center, Room - Wabash 1
Monthly Archives: April 2013
Thanks to Zach Coble, a Google Doc was created during our Library as Publisher Maker session during ACRL 2013. And thanks to all of you who participated in our lively discussion, we put those thoughts to paper in this Google … Continue reading
There was so much interest in the Let’s Make a MOOC session that it ran for almost 4 hours on Friday. Here is a storify of what unfolded. Please keep the work alive and help bring this one-week MOOC to completion! … Continue reading
Following up from the One Hour session… The idea was to take the hour, make something tangible, and learn a new skill quickly. We decided to make an ebook on the topic of DH and Libraries, pulling content from Miriam … Continue reading
Thanks to all who attended and participated in THATCamp ACRL. We had a great time, and hope you did too. Please feel free to continue to use this space as long as necessary to post notes, reflect on our sessions, … Continue reading
Thanks to all who participated in our discussion and practice for the digital storytelling session. Notes: docs.google.com/document/d/18r4qRoqHVk7X0XNI9xm8mt0IcQ7oYRJjtFTh51iEJg/edit Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/jomcleay/digitalstorytelling-13216936
docs.google.com/document/d/1tVYpXycqE8DGMmdpwqswZdsM7U8hW7W0yNnRfQ83Vuo/edit Thanks all for attending! Add to the doc if something’s missing, or if there are ideas that should’ve been discussed.
Notes from the discussion of the function (or lack thereof) of the Socractic method in web-based reference and education can be found by clicking here. Thank you to everyone who participated!
I started a google doc for DH101: Getting Started in Digital Humanities. It’s open for editing at docs.google.com/document/d/1f8noiuNmQ_ejzo0aRu_u7JGevdSCKWAn8CuZGzN9Y4A/edit?usp=sharing Session attendees please add your notes for everyone to access. Thanks!
I’m interested in developing online spaces for (mostly undergrad) students to access throughout university careers. Many libraries have subject research guides online, but I’m thinking of a more interactive space which students can access as needed to supplement research instruction, … Continue reading