WSU and University of Idaho are co-hosting the inaugural Palouse Digital Scholarship Symposium through May 18 on both campuses. It is sponsored by WSU’s Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation and UI’s Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning.
The symposium will explore a broad variety of tools, techniques and ideas informing the digital scholarship field, including the following sessions:
- From Physical to Digital: Data and Digitization
- Archives and Collections: Access and Ethics
- Web Publishing and Literacy
- Digital Scholarship: Text and Data Analysis
- Digital Pedagogy and Summer Fellows Pitch Presentations
Summer fellows participating in the symposium are:
- Andrew Gillreath-Brown, WSU anthropology doctoral student
- Elle Fournier, WSU English doctoral candidate
- Raymond Sun, WSU associate professor of history
- Renae Campbell, UI historical archaeology doctoral candidate
- Sarah Nelson, UI associate professor of modern languages and culture
- Zackary Turpin, UI assistant professor of English
For more information, visit https://palousedh.github.io/symposium/.