Sophomore Digital Scholarship Fellows Enter Spring Semester

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Ntsieng Botsane and Aida Gueye discuss an image during a visual literacy workshop in the ODY Digital Scholarship lab. 

February 03, 2020

The first Digital Scholarship Fellows workshop of the Spring semester concluded on January 31, as students set up online journals and portfolios to document their progress in the program. Fellows will spend the Spring semester working more independently, applying new skills in digital technology to their academic interests. Each Fellow will produce an academic digital research project that will put these skills on display.

The program will also include regular workshops meant for Fellows to continue to explore the world of digital technology and its applications to scholarly academic research.

The Fellows include Shiru Kimani, Anuva Anannya, Nina Haynie, Fernanda Leon Canseco, Ntsieng Botsane, Aida Gueye, Abigail Yosef, and Ryan Devanny. Among the faculty and staff working with the Fellows are Judith DeGroat, Avery Olearczyk, Corey McGrath, and Eric Williams-Bergen.

The fellowship is funded by the Sophomore Journeys Grant.

Last updated
February 03, 2020

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