Updates from TPC+R Spring 2019

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The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) is running its Teaching, Pedagogy, Curriculum + Research (TPC+R) program for graduate students again this spring with a cohort of ten students from across the humanities and sciences. As an extension session of the Laney Graduate School’s Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opportunity (TATTO) program, TPC+R is designed to supplement […]

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Accessibility & Publishing, Scholarship, & Digital Media

Banner text: Accessibility and Publishing. Stephanie S. Rosen.

Dr. Stephanie Rosen, Associate Librarian and Accessibility Specialist at the University of Michigan Library will lead a facilitated roundtable discussion on “Accessibility & Publishing, Scholarship, & Digital Media” over breakfast. This discussion will examine the issue of accessibility in the contexts of digital scholarship, publishing, and media and will center on the question of how […]

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ECDS collaboration with Georgia Tech to support accessible crowd-sourced digital archive receives $86,471 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded $86,471 to a partnership including the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) to develop a platform for collecting digitized community archival materials from rural Georgia audiences. ECDS is partnering with the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Interactive Media Technology Center (IMTC) and Historic Rural Churches of Georgia […]

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Making Accessible Futures

Emory hosted an Accessible Future workshop in April. A review of the workshop by ECDS postdoctoral fellow Anne Donlon appears today in the Journal for Interactive Technology & Pedagogy. The Accessible Future workshop urged participants to make digital material accessible to audiences with visual, aural, and cognitive disabilities, and to advocate for accessibility at our universities. The […]

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