Digital Scholarship Support for Macalester Faculty and Students
Digital Scholarship Support is a resource for Macalester faculty and students, developed by members of the Library/Media Services and ITS, in cooperation with the Jan Serie Center for Scholarship and Teaching.
We can help with:
- Finding collaborators on campus for creating your digital projects and proposals
- Identifying digital tools for your scholarship and assisting project participants in learning them
- Creating a long-term preservation plan for your project data
- Training and consultation on digital scholarship development techniques, including metadata standards, engaging digital practices, and collaborative data gathering
Our goal is to connect you with the appropriate people and resources you need for successful digital scholarship. We encourage you to contact the Digital Scholarship Group at any stage in your scholarly process.
Spark Fest: Twin Cities Digital Humanities Symposium
At the Weisman Art Museum & the UMN St Paul Campus
May 14 -15, 2013
The Twin Cities Digital Humanities Symposium is an opportunity for scholars (faculty and graduate students) from humanities and computer science fields, academic technologists, programmers, research consultants, librarians, and other academic support staff from Minnesota to come together to spark new research.
Registration and more details can be found on the Spark Fest website.
Digital Humanities Workshop
september 21-22, 2012
In May 2012, Carleton, Macalester, and St. Olaf Colleges received a $100,000 collaborative planning grant from the Andrew Mellon Foundation to support faculty projects in the Digital Humanities.
The Digital Humanities Workshop will bring together faculty and staff engaged in developing digital humanities projects at Carleton, Macalester, and St. Olaf colleges. Professor Teresa Mangum, Director of the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies at the University of Iowa and an innovative leader in the digital humanities, will open the workshop with a talk that will help us think about the nature of specific opportunities and challenges in the field.