TLISI 2018: A Slice of the Digital Landscape: Digital and Data Research and Scholarship Services at Georgetown University - May 22, 2018
Campolieto Marhanka, Beth
In the past few years, research, teaching, and learning involving data and digital scholarship tools and technology, have gained significant traction and adoption at universities and across the academic spectrum. Georgetown University has always been at the forefront of ensuring that our faculty and students have access to these emerging and new methodologies, tools, and technologies for enhancing their research, teaching, and learning. In the past few years, the Library, UIS, and CNDLS have started to provide access to and support for the complementary new technologies and tools that can be employed for exploring new forms of research and learning, but these services can sometimes be confusing as they are spread in disconnected units across the University. The aim of this panel is to inform attendees about the digital scholarship and data services available to them and to clarify who on campus provides these services to the faculty and their students. To do this, the panel presentation will bring together representatives from Library Information Technology, Gelardin New Media Center, UIS Research Technologies, and CNDLS to discuss the data and digital scholarship services each unit offers to students and faculty. Discussions will also entail providing details about the various workshops, consultations, and one-off projects. Each panelist will give a short presentation on services, tools, and technologies that their unit offers, give examples of projects they have worked on in the past, and explain how to take advantage of these services. Then the panel will open to questions from the floor, helping attendees with any questions they have about navigating the data and digital scholarship services being offered at Georgetown.
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