Are you interested in extending your use of digital scholarship and media projects in a course or in your research? Have you experimented with mapping, computational text analysis, or video and would like to build upon those skills? Maybe you have a great idea for a student project, and want to establish best practices for assigning and assessing their work? If you’ve had experience with one or more of these approaches, this workshop is for you.
WHEN: August 10-14, 2015, 9am-3pm
WHERE: Bertrand 025 (Library Lab)
WHO: You in collaboration with members of ITEC and Research Services
WHAT: A five day workshop in which we will focus on three specific digital methods – GIS, text analysis, and video. These approaches can offer a different way of analyzing and presenting qualitative and quantitative data for your scholarship and in the classroom.
As part of Bucknell’s Digital Scholarship Initiative, and with generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Bucknell faculty will receive a $1,500 stipend for participating in the workshop. Space is limited. Please fill out the Google Form to apply.
If you are a non-Bucknell educator interested in participating, please apply through this link.