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Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunches 2011-2012

Currently, all sessions are scheduled to take place in Canaday 205 from 12-1pm (Special Collections Seminar Room) but are subject to change.

September 21, 2011| Classroom 2.0
 Jen Rajchel

October 26, 2011 | Digital Project Planning  
Cheryl Klimaszewski

November 16, 2011| The ecstasy of influence, the agony of citation: Copyright, citation and plagiarism in the digital age

Jen Rajchel

A discussion of current issues in intellectual property and current practice. One article that has influenced us is Jonathan Lethem's The ecstasy of influence: A plagiarism

Understanding the elements and principles of design for digital projects will be rescheduled sometime in 2012!

January 25, 2012| Alternatives to the traditional resume
Jen Rajchel and Cheryl Klimaszewski

February 15, 2012 |Social Networking
Jen Rajchel

March 21, 2012 | Technology Showcase

 Reflections and Recaps

Questions or want to know more?
jrajchel@bmc or cklimaszew@bmc
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Digita Project Planning follow-up

This is (finally!) a follow up to the digital project planning workshop that was held on October 26, 2011. The event was well attended by more than a dozen students, faculty, and staff - thanks so much to those who attended.

Of interest from the session:

The Digital Project Checklist can be found here:

The general public is welcome to comment on this document as the use it. The goal is to create the most user-friendly and robust project planning document possible and the only way to do that is to get people to use it and let us know what's working - and what isn't!

The Prezi from the session is here:

Again, many thanks to our attendees!

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