Student Reflections: Teaching Digital Scholarship and Digital Pedagogy with Jordan Stewart-Rozema

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This is the first post in an ongoing series of publications featuring the reflections of students in the ECDS Digital Scholarship Internship Program and their experiences in teaching and research in digital scholarship. By Jordan Stewart-Rozema Over the past year, I had the pleasure of working with two wonderful groups of people on two ECDS-sponsored […]

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ECDS announces Fall 2017 digital workshop series

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Digital storytelling, data visualization, and emerging technologies in virtual and augmented reality are some of the varied topics on offer in the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) workshop series during the Fall 2017 semester. ECDS specialists are teaching the workshops, which are designed to provide Emory University faculty, students, and staff with the opportunity to […]

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Southern Spaces: Sapelo Island flyover

Explore the ecosystems of Sapelo Island, a barrier island on the Georgia coast, through ground and aerial video illustrating a past that may forecast the future under climate change. Posted on the journal Southern Spaces, the short narrated video and companion essay, Sapelo Island Flyover, present a sample of the work underway on the Georgia […]

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Emory students connect writer Zora Neale Hurston’s life to locations with interactive map

An interactive map connecting locations with the work and life of renowned American folklorist and writer Zora Neale Hurston is featured as part of a special class project developed by Emory College of Arts and Sciences students. Megan Slemons, a GIS librarian with the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS), helped the students develop the map […]

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Emory’s latest annual report highlights initiatives with ECDS projects

Emory University’s latest Annual Report of the President features several campus initiatives that involved digital projects developed with the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS), including: American Excavations Samothrace The Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project Holocaust Denial on Trial (HDOT) The Letters of Samuel Beckett Shakespeare and the Players Read more: 2016 Annual Report of the […]

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Southern Spaces: Yellow Fever, the Antebellum Gulf South, and German Immigration

The collective medical geography of the Gulf South is the latest topic in the Public Health in the U.S. and Global South series of the online journal Southern Spaces, published by Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS). The article explores the topic through examination of 19-century travel and settlement writing published in the German-speaking states of northern Europe. Author Paul Warden, a […]

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