UF Digital Scholarship Workshop:
The Digital Scholarship at UF Workshop will take place on
Friday—February 2, 2018
at the Digital Worlds Institute, UF campus.
Three workshop sessions will focus on tools and tips to help attendees start, develop, or improve their digital projects.
These sessions will be presented by faculty and staff from the University of Florida who are skilled in creating digital projects and who regularly advise students and faculty working on their own digital programs. In addition, there will be a project showcase at the end of the day where members of the UF community can present their digital projects.
3D Data Acquisition and Dissemination
3D Printing and Augmented Reality with Aurasma
Best Practices for Project Management & Collaboration
The livestream of the workshops will be available at the following link on February 2 from 9 to 3pm. facebook.com/UFDigitalWorldsInstitute
The sessions will also be recorded and available on UFDC (http://ufdc.ufl.edu ) at a later date.
To tweet about the sessions, use #UFdigscholarship
This workshop is designed as a continuation of the HASTAC conference in Orlando on November 2-4, 2017, “The Possible Worlds of Digital Humanities.” This workshop is expected to serve 50 participants from the University of Florida community. Faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, and more particularly digital scholars from the humanities, social sciences, and sciences are welcomed!