CLIR Webinar: Building Communities Around Digital Humanities for Liberal Education

Could not attend the webinar? The recording is available at You may also access the slide deck (PDF) from the webinar here.

What do we need to collaborate successfully on digital humanities projects? Please join CLIR for a free webinar for all colleagues interested in strategies for integrating technology with a liberal education.

Date: Thursday, September 17, 2015

Time: 12:00 noon (EST)

Title: “Tales from the Library Basement: Doing Digital Humanities in College and University Libraries”

Presenters: Four current and former CLIR postdoctoral fellows:

  • Rachel Deblinger (UC Santa Cruz)
  • Emily McGinn (Lafayette College)
  • Charlotte Nunes (Southwestern University)
  • Alicia Peaker (Middlebury College)

Format: Fellows will present case studies and reflect on the specific challenges that require negotiation between the library and the broader campus community in order to build bridges and manage collaborative digital projects. A question and answer period will follow the presentations.

Location:  Adobe Connect meeting room
There is no cost for the webinar, and registration is not required. The classroom will open at 11:45 am (EST)

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