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Job: Digital Services Librarian, University of Scranton
The Digital Services Librarian is responsible for developing, coordinating, and managing the Library’s digital collections and related digital projects. This position works closely with faculty and staff throughout the Library and University, particularly University Archives and McHugh Special Collections, Information Technology, Enrollment Management and External Affairs, and the Division of University Advancement." Job posted Feb. 20.
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yesterday by miriamposner
Week 1: Introduction to DH – Monashdh
Nice to see Monash using Drifter in their new intro to course: - especially the questio…
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3 days ago by mtchl
Nice to see Monash using Drifter in their new intro to course: - especially the questio…
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3 days ago by mtchl
Job: Student Web Programmer, UCLA Volunteer Center
"The UCLA Volunteer Center is seeking one student web programmer to aid in the planning and execution of the Center’s website and technology objectives. The ideal candidate will be equipped with technical and web development skills who is interested in using their knowledge to increase the digital presence of social good and volunteerism at UCLA." Apply by Feb. 28.
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3 days ago by miriamposner
Physical, Electrical, Digital
This course will consider the centrality of media technologies in the experience of culture by assessing the impact of books, film, records, tapes, disks, and even architectural spaces such as cinemas, on cultural development. Along with readings, discussion, and presentations, students in the course will tell the story of cultural change in media and materiality by working together to construct a web publication using the digital humanities platform Omeka. As such, this course will be strongly project-based and students will play a role in the material studied and be responsible for designing and building the course’s publication. In the process of gathering materials and creating work for this publication, students will practice a wide range of methods including object analysis, visualization, and chronography, and consider theoretical works from a variety of disciplines including media studies, material culture studies, sociology of culture, political economics, and the history of technology. Readings will include work by Walter Benjamin, Marshall McLuhan, Bruno Latour, Lisa Gitelman, Pierre Bourdieu, etc.
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