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Jan. 14, 9:00-2:30 Bridging Art and Science: STEAM Education in a Digital World Kickoff keynote by John Unsworth (Vice-Provost for Technology and Library Services, CIO, and Professor of English, Brandeis University) about the impact of innovative technologies on student learning. Unsworth will discuss how the art and science of 3-D fabrication enable users to acquire […]

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Someone to Watch in the Digital Liberal Arts: Adeline Koh

Adeline Koh teaches at Stockton University and is, in her words, “passionate about teaching, web design, technology, and the darker side behind tech: inequality and oppression.” She writes about “gender, race, ethnicity, issues in higher education, digital pedagogy and the digital humanities.” One of the leaders in taking her scholarship to a broader public, especially […]

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The Twitterverse of the DLA

 As you may know, much of the action of scholarly conversation in the digital liberal arts happens on Twitter. If you want a glimpse of that action, you can jump onto Erik Simpson’s own quirky list of Twitter users in the digital humanities, or you can build your own list by following a few people whose […]

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