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Call for Proposals 2020 Digital Humanities Showcase April 6th @ 2-5pm Scott Nygren Scholars Studio, Library West

As part of UF’s Graduate Student Appreciation Week, the Digital Humanities Certificate Committee and Digital Humanities Working Group seek 10-minute presentations on digital humanities projects (past, current or future), or demonstrations on digital humanities skills and methods. The presentations will complement a showcase of graduate student work currently in development in the capstone Digital Humanities Graduate Studio course, as well as a presentation by Erik Deumens, the Director of UFIT Research Computing. The afternoon will highlight a variety of digital humanities practices at UF, and serve as an introduction for graduate students who are interested in pursuing the Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities. Participation is open to all UF faculty, staff, and graduate students working in the digital humanities.

Deadline: 5 pm March 20, 2020
(notifications of participation will be sent via email by March 23, 2020)

To submit a proposal, go to this form.

Digital Resource Showcase @UF 3/16

Do you want to ace your paper? Impress your friends? Improve your chances of finding a job? Join us for UF Libraries’ Digital Resources Showcase on March 16th!
The showcase brings librarians and students together to highlight steps for finding the best research online and organizing your work quickly, plus the One Button Studio, 3-D printing, video streaming access, digital newspapers, maps and mapping tools, institutional repository and digital archival collections and more. If doing your coursework feels more daunting than going to the Upside Down, then this event is for you.
And did we mention we’ll provide free snacks and giveaways?
Join us on the Colonnade outside Library West from 1-3pm (Library West 212 if there’s rain) to learn how to take your work to Eleven.
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