Day of Digital Scholarship

The Department of Research, Instruction, and Technology is organizing Trinity College’s first Day of Digital Scholarship to be held on April 9th. From noon to 2:00 p.m., students and faculty will have the chance to display their digital scholarship and discuss it with members of the campus community in the library’s Center for Educational Technology […]

Upcoming Workshops on Working with Video

Integrating film and video into your course – Learn more about the diverse film content offered by the library’s subscription resources and how to incorporate it into your course. We will create clips from Kanopy and Kaltura, relocate them within Moodle, and explore Kaltura’s video assignment feature. (March 26) Using Kaltura CaptureSpace and video quizzes […]

Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Resources

Here are some tips and resources that will help you take part in our Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Why This Matters: According to Art+Feminism: “Less than 10% of Wikipedia’s editors identify as cis or trans women. And the editors that do identify as women are more likely than men to have their edits reverted.” (read more […]

Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon!

Come learn how to edit Wikipedia and contribute to a great project to celebrate Women’s History Month! Thursday, March 14th From 11-3 (Drop- Ins Welcome) Digital Scholarship Studio (LITC 182) Level 1 in the Library No experience necessary. Bring a laptop (a limited number of chromebooks will be available). Lunch Provided. RSVP appreciated, but not […]

Black History Month Crowdsourcing Event – Transcription Projects

Sample Projects Projects from the Library of Congress: Mary Church Terrell: Advocate for African Americans and Women Link: https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/mary-church-terrell-advocate-for-african-americans-and-women/ Project Description from the Library of Congress: Mary Church Terrell (1863-1954), educator, women’s rights advocate, and civil rights activist, was born into a prosperous Memphis family. A graduate of Oberlin College, in 1895 she became the […]

Black History Month Crowdsourcing event

Join us on Tuesday, February 26th from noon to 2 p.m. in the Digital Scholarship Studio for a Black History Month Crowdsourcing event. Bring your lunch and a laptop (limited chromebooks will be available) and help contribute to efforts to make archives celebrating black history more publicly available. Participants may choose among projects hosted by […]

“Expanding Access, Activism, and Advocacy” at the Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Conference

By Jeff Liszka and Mary Mahoney This year’s Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Conference (#BUDSC18) brought together interested parties to discuss current research and practice guided by the theme “Expanding Access, Activism, and Advocacy.” Faculty, researchers, librarians, artists, educational technologists, students, and administrators gathered to share ideas about access inspired by the expansive definition provided by conference […]

WITT Symposium Wednesday, December 12

On Wednesday, December 12th Educational Technology & Research Services will host a Winter Institute on Teaching with Technology, a half-day event with sessions on teaching with film, annotating online with Hypothes.is, using PollEverywhere, OneSearch, and more. At lunch, Roopika Risam (Salem State) will give a talk on “Torn Apart/Separados,” a rapid-response project that highlights the potential […]

Brook Danielle Lillehaugen on Digital Scholarship & Collaboration with Stake-Holding Communities

We’re very pleased to announce that Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, assistant professor of linguistics at Haverford College, will give a presentation at Trinity College (Hartford) on Monday, October 1, 2018 at 4.30 in LITC 181. Her talk is entitled “Digital scholarship and collaboration with stake-holding communities: Ticha, a digital text explorer for Colonial Zapotec,” and will be followed […]