Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning Showcase a Success Thanks to Evan Williamson
March 29, 2019
The Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning (CDIL) Showcase that was rescheduled because of weather, was finally held on Wednesday, Feb. 27. In spite of the fact that the weather was still bad, the event was a big success thanks to Evan Williamson, the digital infrastructure librarian. He works with Data and Digital Services and succeeds in bringing cool projects and innovative services to life. For the CDIL showcase, he put together an event and corresponding presentation that had everyone intrigued, excited and laughing — truly experiencing the joy of the amazing work of the fellows and projects that were highlighted by the showcase.
People from all over campus were in attendance to appreciate some of the great work that's been done by CDIL fellows and learn about upcoming 2019 fellowship opportunities for faculty and students.
Click on the linked project titles below to see the online exhibits:
2018 CDIL Fellows
- Voices of Gay Rodeo, Rebecca Scofield
- Historical Japanese Ceramic Comparative Collection (HJCCC), Renae Campbell
- Closure of Syringa: A Case Study for Issues Surround Mobile Home Parks, Denessy Rodriguez
Recent CDIL Projects
- CTRL-SHIFT: Writing Practice at the Dawn of the Digital Era, Devin Becker framework currently being developed as Oral History as Data project
- Civilian Conservation Corps in Idaho, Patricia Hart (JAMM) and Ivar Nelson
- Vandal Poem of the Day
- Mining History in Idaho, History 404, Matthew Fox-Amato, built with CollectionBuilder-GH, a project developed at CDIL for teaching about digital libraries and the web
- Think Open Fellows: Integrated Musicianship: A Theory and Aural Skills Method, Sean Butterfield and Miranda Wilson.
For more information on the fellowships visit: cdil.lib.uidaho.edu/#fellowships,
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