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Workshop: Effective Faculty Staff Collaborations on Web & in the World

1/2 Day Workshop: Public Scholarship on the Web and in the World: Toward Effective Faculty/Staff Collaborations

Date: Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Time: 9:00 am

Duration: 4 hours

Location: Sayles Hill 251

Contact: Michael McNally, x5953

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Public Scholarship on the Web and in the World: Toward Effective Faculty/Staff Collaborations
Tuesday, December 11, 9 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Lunch Provided
Sayles Hill 251

Sponsored by the CCCE Program in Public Scholarship. In recent years, conversations about curricular academic civic engagement and, more recently, public scholarship and digital humanities, have consistently generated deep interest not only among faculty, but also among staff in academic technologies, the web team, the library, the Weitz Center and in Laird. This half-day workshop aims to convene these communities together to explore through guided discussion, the possibilities of faculty/staff collaboration for more, and more effective, public scholarship on the web and in the world. We'll begin with generative questions over hot coffee, and conclude over a light lunch with some new collaborative relationships, and ideally, with some concrete next steps.

Contact Michael McNally (mmcnally) or Cindy Plash (cplash) to sign up for this workshop.

Audiences:

Faculty, Staff