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DH Summer Connect 2022

August 1-5, 2022

5 Days, 8 Workshops, Endless Possibilities

DH Summer Connect is a hands on workshop series taught by passionate facilitators with backgrounds in the digital humanities, digital literacy and critical digital pedagogy. Each workshop in this introductory series is designed to get participants started with exploring the vast horizon of digital scholarship. This series is designed to appeal to a broad range of disciplines across the humanities, social sciences, education, natural sciences, physical sciences and other STEM fields.

And best of all, no experience required.

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Getting Started with Digital Scholarship

In this workshop, we will reverse engineer some completed digital projects, and explore how to move from ideas to questions, gather data, and make that data machine-readable. Other topics covered in this workshop include planning realistic project budgets and timelines, building your dataset, and developing creative collaborations to help execute big ideas.

How to choose a storytelling platform

This workshop will explore the pros and cons of using various web platforms for building out interactive narratives, digital stories, and other projects. Platforms covered in will include ESRI StoryMaps, WAX, WordPress, Scalar, Thinglink and more.

Digital Mapping platforms

From Basic to Highly Customizable, to Collaborative and Interactive — this workshop explores various tools for making and sharing spatial data using maps.

Oral History Metadata Synchronizer

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Making the Most of a Mentoring Session

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Organizing and Sharing Your Digital Archive

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Colleen Robledo Greene

Colleen Robledo Greene, MLIS, is the Digital Literacy Librarian for Pollak Library at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF). Her work focuses on helping faculty and students integrate more digital tools and strategies into their curriculum, research, and scholarship.

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Nathan Jeffers

Nathan Jeffers is a Media Production Specialist with Titan Communications at California State University Fullerton.

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Dr. Jamila Moore Pewu

Dr. Jamila Moore Pewu is an Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities and New Media in History at California State University, Fullerton. Dr. Moore Pewu’s research focuses on sharing, complicating, and preserving African Diasporic spatial practices. Moore Pewu also serves as Co-PI on the Andrew Mellon funded Digital Ethnic Futures Grant.

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Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara

Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara (she/her) a digital scholarship librarian at University of Colorado Boulder, in the Center for Research Data & Digital Scholarship (since 2017). Her work centers on historical recovery and archival justice, critical data literacies, and digital humanities infrastructures and project sustainability. She earned her MLIS at Indiana University, and a Master’s in History at […]

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RJ Ramey

RJ Ramey is the founder of Auut Studio, which gave birth to the digital project There he broke some of the rules and stale expectations for digital humanities, and learned a lot along the way. Now he teams up with other scholars to do the same. In his own public history work, RJ takes […]

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Aditya Ranganath

Aditya Ranganath (he/his) is a data librarian at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where he has been working since December 2020. Prior to that, he was a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow at New York University Libraries. He earned his PhD in Political Science from the University of California, San Diego in 2018.

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