DSS DHDG Webcast, 6/29 @ 1p Central: Constructing Digital Humanities Grant Proposals as a Librarian

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Type: 
Event
Date: 
June 29, 2020
Subject Fields: 
Digital Humanities, Library and Information Science

 

June 29 11a PT / 12p MT / 1p CT / 2p ET

Subject: DSS DHDG Webcast, 6/29 @ 1p Central: Constructing Digital Humanities Grant Proposals as a Librarian

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Greetings, friends:

The Digital Humanities Discussion Group conveners (ACRL Digital Scholarship Section) invites you to join us on Monday, June 29th, at 1p-2:15p Central Time, for a webcast on “Constructing Digital Humanities Grant Proposals as a Librarian.” We’ll feature five 10-minute presentations offering various perspectives from library professionals who have served as primary investigators (PIs) and Co-PIs on grants supporting Digital Humanities projects and initiatives, including local, NEH, IMLS, and Mellon funding opportunities (abstracts here):

  1. “Creating Grant Timelines: The Ideal and the Real,” Amanda Rust, Northeastern University Library

  2. “The Lehigh Valley Engaged Humanities Consortium Digital Archive: Organizing Workflows Among Among Academic Libraries, Public Libraries, and Community Partners,” Charlotte Nunes, Lafayette College Libraries

  3. “Breaking Barriers: Librarians as Public History Scholars,” Hayley Johnson and Sarah Simms, Louisiana State University

  4. “Shut Up and Take the Mellon Money: Adapting a Library-Led Digital Humanities Program to Accommodate Grant Funding,” R.C. Miessler and Kevin Moore, Gettysburg College

  5. “GLAMorous Collaboration: Supporting Digital Humanities Faculty Research Projects,” Franny Gaede and Erin Passehl Stoddart, University of Oregon

Please register in advance to receive the Zoom link: https://bit.ly/dhdg629.

We ask that you do not enter the meeting room any earlier than 10 minutes before the start time to allow our presenters to set-up. Installing a zoom add-in is required; see instructions on ACRL's Virtual Meetings LibGuide: http://acrl.libguides.com/virtualmeetings/home

We will follow-up with access to the recording when it’s available. Meanwhile, we wish you all well and look forward to seeing you on June 29th.

Best wishes,

DSS Digital Humanities Discussion Group Co-Conveners

Laurin Paradise, Manhattan College

Dr Angela Dressen, Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies

Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, University of Colorado Boulder

 

Contact Info: 

Dr. Angela Dressen, I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies