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

May 6: TRY Conference

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The annual TRY Library Staff Conference brings together librarians from the libraries of the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, and York University for a day of communal professional development and networking. DSUers Sara Allain and Sarah Forbes will be conducting a session on free and open source tools for digital curation projects, focusing on the practical application of Inkscape, GIMP, SublimeText, and ImageMagick to process digital images and create metadata.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

March 11: Wikipedia, Scholarship & Pedagogy

Since its inception in 2001, Wikipedia has emerged as an often contentious and undeniably powerful stakeholder in today’s knowledge ecosystem. Join us for an event that considers the scholarly implications of Wikipedia and the role it plays in post-secondary classrooms. Co-hosted by the Centre for Digital Scholarship and the UTSC Library’s Digital Scholarship Unit, Wikipedia, Scholarship & Pedagogy aims to explore and educate on these issues.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

February 26: Glam North

From the Doris McCarthy Gallery website:

The DMG is celebrating its 10th anniversary with an exhibition that pays tribute to Doris McCarthy’s glamourous depictions of the Canadian North, alongside current voices whose works look to nature to cast a light on contemporary life. Glam North explores the questions and revelations that surround our relationship to the natural world.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 to Saturday, April 26, 2014