Do you incorporate digital tools into your research and teaching in the Atlanta Metro area? If so, we invite you to apply for our 3-day Digital Scholarship Residency for Fall 2017!
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
ECDS is now accepting proposals for a 3-day digital scholarship residency at Emory University during the Fall semester 2017. Scholars from any discipline in the Atlanta Metro area who use and promote digital scholarship methods in research and teaching are encouraged to apply.
The residency will include a 45-minute presentation on your digital scholarship open to the Emory community, a workshop on digital scholarship in pedagogy for faculty and graduate students, and the opportunity to hold meetings with faculty and graduate students to foster collaboration across institutions and disciplines. The residency is designed to create unique opportunities for visiting scholars to share their innovative digital scholarship approaches with the Emory community and demonstrate how digital scholarship is changing research and teaching in higher education.
Potential topics may include, but are not limited to:
- topic modeling
- data visualization and GIS
- film, video, and other media production
- text analysis
- open access/data/educational resources and tools
We seek applicants at any stage in their academic career in the Atlanta Metro area who incorporate digital scholarship in their teaching and research. ECDS will provide an honorarium of $500 for the residency.
Applications should include:
- One-page proposal describing proposed topics for the research talk and pedagogy workshop and potential disciplines for collaborative meetings.
Applicants should submit their materials to ecds [at] emory [dot] edu.
The deadline for proposals is June 15, 2017.
The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) provides consulting expertise, project coordination, and a technology-rich collaborative space for faculty, staff, and students to incorporate digital tools and methods into research, teaching, and publishing. The multidisciplinary ECDS staff of technologists, librarians, faculty, curriculum designers, and students work with scholars at Emory and partner institutions to create innovative and sustainable models of digital scholarship and pedagogy for academic and public use.