This page lists events in which the Digital Scholarship Unit is involved as a co-organizer, presenter, or instructor - join us! For more information, please contact email@example.com.
The following sessions may be of interest to Humanities faculty and library staff this Friday, April 24th.
11.30-1.30 (lunch provided), Instructional Centre, Room IC 318
"BigDIVA: Search as Research” Laura Mandell (Texas A&M) http://idhmc.tamu.edu/arcgrant/software/bigdiva/
"The Renaissance Knowledge Network as Social Knowledge Hub" Daniel Powell (Kings College London), with William Bowen (UTSC) and Ray Siemens (University of Victoria) http://rekn.itercommunity.org
2:00-3:00 BigDiva update, Humanities Wing, Room HW 525C
3:00-5:00 ARC Metadata Committee presentation, Humanities Wing, Room HW 525C
Are you a doctoral student (or an advanced MA student) wondering about all the buzz around “the Digital Humanities”? Do you wish you could get a concise introduction to this emerging field as it applies to your own research (and meet a community of scholars working in this area)? If so, please join UTSC faculty, digital librarians, and other graduate students for a day-long workshop on April 21st, 2015.
Date: Monday October 6th, 2014
Time: 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Location: Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto Scarborough
Co-presented by the Art History Program, Chemistry Program, and the Doris McCarthy Gallery
Calling all art and science students!
The UTSC Library, in collaboration with the Centre for Digital Scholarship, the Office of the Dean and VP Academic, and the University of Toronto Libraries Chief Librarian’s Office, is organizing a THATCamp.
The UTSC Library, with the support of the UTSC and York University libraries, is proud to be the host for Islandora Camp GTA
Unlike traditional academic conferences, the Roots & Routes Summer Institute features a combination of informal presentations, seminar-style discussions of shared materials, hands-on workshops on a variety of digital tools, and small-group project development sessions. The institute welcomes participants from a range of disciplines with an interest in engaging with digital scholarship; technical experience is not a requirement. Graduate students (MA and PhD), postdoctoral fellows and faculty are all encouraged to apply.
This summer, the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women comes to Canada for the first time. The DSU is pleased to be participating in the conference both by lending our resources for infrastructure support and by teaching a workshop on Islandora during the Berks' Digital Lab on Friday 23 May. You can check out the Digital Lab schedule here. A list of digital projects curated by Berks organizers is available here.