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From Evidence to Scholarship
TRANSFORMING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH IN THE DIGITAL AGE

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Thursday, March 15 • 10:15am - 11:00am
Two Sessions: It Takes a Village: Building and Supporting an Undergraduate Digital Scholarship Fellowship ~|~ Enhancing Undergraduate Digital Research Methods and Skills by Connecting (Co-)curricular Learning Opportunities

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 It Takes a Village: Building and Supporting an Undergraduate Digital Scholarship Fellowship: Courtney Paddick & Carrie Pirmann
In summer 2017, Bucknell University launched the Digital Scholarship Summer Research Fellows (DSSRF) program, a librarian-led initiative which introduces students to digital scholarship tools and methodologies, and equips them with the skills necessary to undertake an independent, digitally-based research project. Collaboration is key in supporting the program; the facilitators rely on a model of distributed expertise, drawing on the knowledge and skills of staff across our Library & IT organization to lead workshops on topics such as TEI and data visualization. The fellowship also integrates inter-institutional collaboration, through meet-ups with students and facilitators from similar programs, reinforcing the notion of building a community of practice. 


Enhancing undergraduate digital research methods and skills by connecting  (co-)curricular learning opportunities: Celeste Sharpe, Sarah Calhoun, Austin Mason, & Andrew Wilson
Students at Carleton are increasingly looking for opportunities to learn digital methods and skills that are not yet widespread in the formalized curriculum. Employment opportunities offered by the Humanities Center, Library, and Academic Technology provide a range of co-curricular learning experiences—including front-end and back-end web development, research ethics and accessibility training, and 3D modeling/printing opportunities—that our students can connect to their in-class research and digital project assignments. We will give examples of how we support student learning and research inquiry across the curriculum and how our student workers have leveraged skills learned on the job to enhance their own scholarship.

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Sarah Calhoun

Carleton College
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Courtney Paddick

Librarian for the Arts and Humanities, Bucknell University
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Carrie Pirmann

Social Sciences Librarian, Bucknell University
Carrie Pirmann is the Social Sciences Librarian at Bertrand Library, and co-facilitator of Bucknell's Digital Scholarship Summer Research Fellows program. She is not-so-secretly a data geek and enjoys working on digital projects that incorporate mapping and other forms of visuali... Read More →
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Celeste Sharpe

Carleton College



Thursday March 15, 2018 10:15am - 11:00am
PAB 320

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