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Thursday, February 19 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Undergraduate as Creator, Undergraduate as Curator: Exploring the role of the Instruction Librarian in the Digital Humanities

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Undergraduate as Creator, Undergraduate as Curator: Exploring the Role of the Instruction Librarian in the Digital Humanities

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Come explore the place of the digital humanities in undergraduate library instruction! We will begin with a panel exploring integration of digital humanities into three service points the "guest lecture," collaborative instruction, and the reference desk. The second half invites all interested parties to help craft guidelines and start a wiki on the intersection of undergraduate librarianship and digital humanities.

Session Organizers
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Katherine Ahnberg

Student Engagement Librarian, University of Pennsylvania
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Megan Browndorf

Research & Instruction Librarian, Towson University
Megan Browndorf is the History Liaison for Towson University's Cook Library and focuses on undergraduate instruction in historical research. She holds a BA in Russian Area Studies and graduated from Indiana University in 2012 with an MA in Russian and East European Studies and an... Read More →
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Cindy Fisher

Learning Technologies Librarian, University of Texas Libraries
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Ryan P. Randall

MLS Student, Indiana University Bloomington
Ryan P. Randall is a second-year MLS student at Indiana University Bloomington, where his coursework focuses on academic libraries from information literacy instruction to digital humanities. His student library positions span assessment, collection development, digitization of maps... Read More →


Thursday February 19, 2015 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Sequoyah 3

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