Hello 1.25 readers, I’m back with a long overdue update. . . . The year of 2014 has been quite a whirlwind of traveling, research, and teaching from Stockholm to Sandycove! But I’m back in the C-U for the time being and ready to settle in for my favorite season of all, autumn. Here’s an overview of some of my summer research adventures:
“Libraries and Digital Pedagogy,” given at the Data Driven: Digital Humanities in the Library conference, College of Charleston:
“The Role of the Librarian in Digital Humanities,” given at 2014 ALA Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada:
“Digital Humanities and the Academic Librarian,” invited lecture to the HAB Wolfenbuettel, Wolfenbuettel, Germany:
“Enhancing User Services in the Emblematica Online Portal,” paper presented at the 2014 Society for Emblem Studies meeting, Kiel, Germany:
“Collaborative Digital Pedagogy: Teaching Digital Humanities in the Classrooms through Faculty-Librarian Collaborations,” given at the 2014 IFLA Information Literacy Section Satellite Meeting, Limerick, Ireland:
I’m going to be in my hermit cave of writing this fall, but look forward to working with students and faculty again and exploring new avenues of research!