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February 2021

Lecture – Digital, Archival, Literary: Evolving Models for Digital Scholarship (Julia Flanders, Prof. of Practice in English and Director of the Digital Scholarship Group at Northeastern University Library), Co-Sponsored with BYU Office of Digital Humanities

February 4, 2021 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm MST
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

This presentation will consider our evolving conceptions of “digital text”, through the lens of the 30-year history of the Women Writers Project. The shifting tensions between information…

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March 2021

Workshop – StoryMapping Ourselves: Peopling Place and Poetry Using ArcGIS (Daniel Uncapher, DM Spring 2021 Graduate Fellow, PhD student in Creative Writing)

March 3, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 10:45 am MST
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

Mapping Utah is a personal mapping, a map of people. “StoryMapping Ourselves: Peopling Place and Poetry Using ArcGIS” will provide an introductory demonstration of ArcGIS “StoryMaps”…

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June 2021

Digital Literacy Workshops for Teachers (Day 1)

June 8, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm MDT
Online

The University of Utah’s Urban Institute for Teacher Education in the College of Education, English Department, and Digital Matters invite you to join us for a two-day series of workshops to introduce 7-12th grade teachers to a mix of practical and theoretical Digital Literacy skills and concepts. Participants will work with University of Utah faculty and staff to learn more about podcast production and multi-modal writing/video essays to help your students move beyond the traditional research paper. As a group, we will gain a framework for thinking about timely topics such as misinformation, news integrity, and digital citizenship. To facilitate 21st century teaching and research, we will delve into effective online teaching and ethical use of digital resources. We also welcome the chance to hear from 7-12 grade teachers about what skills and concepts you would like to learn about to help your students become digitally literate.

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Digital Literacy Workshops for Teachers (Day 2)

June 10, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm MDT
Online

The University of Utah’s Urban Institute for Teacher Education in the College of Education, English Department, and Digital Matters invite you to join us for a two-day series of workshops to introduce 7-12th grade teachers to a mix of practical and theoretical Digital Literacy skills and concepts. Participants will work with University of Utah faculty and staff to learn more about podcast production and multi-modal writing/video essays to help your students move beyond the traditional research paper. As a group, we will gain a framework for thinking about timely topics such as misinformation, news integrity, and digital citizenship. To facilitate 21st century teaching and research, we will delve into effective online teaching and ethical use of digital resources. We also welcome the chance to hear from 7-12 grade teachers about what skills and concepts you would like to learn about to help your students become digitally literate.

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September 2021

Workshop – Network Graphing for Humanists (David Roh, Director, Digital Matters)

September 23, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm MDT
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

Visualizing relationships can reveal hidden connections, leading to interesting research questions or new lines or inquiry.  But how can a non-specialist build those relationships in a…

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October 2021

Workshop – Using Zotero to Collect, Organize, and Share Citations (Rebekah Cummings, Digital Matters Librarian)

October 5, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm MDT
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

Do you still copy and paste citations into Word and Google Docs? Are you frequently unable to locate that perfect statistic, quote, or article you read…

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Digging Through History’s Dumpster: The Woman’s Exponent Advertising Database (Dr. Jeremy Browne, Prof. of Digital Humanities at Brigham Young University)

October 20, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm MDT
Digital Matters, MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112

In 2019 the Marriott Library worked with BYU's Lee Library to re-digitize a complete archive of Woman's Exponent, a newspaper published in Salt Lake City from…

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New Media Studies Reading Group

October 28, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm MDT

The Fall 2021 New Media Studies Reading Group will meet on Thursday, October 28, 1-2PM, in the Digital Matters space, suite 2751 on the second floor…

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November 2021

Workshop – Using Artificial Intelligence Tools for Creativity (Trevor Smith)

November 9, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm MST

In this workshop, Trevor will showcase and explain various creative Artificial Intelligence software, with particular emphasis on how this software can assist in personal creative endeavors…

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Why Learn Text Analysis? Text and Data Mining with Constellate (Dr. Nathan Kelber, Community Engagement Lead, JSTOR Labs; Director, Tap Institute)

November 18, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm MST

In this workshop, Dr. Kelber, an international expert in text analysis education, will give a high-level overview of how text analysis helps researchers discover new insights…

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Why Learn Text Analysis? Text and Data Mining with Constellate (Dr. Nathan Kelber, Community Engagement Lead, JSTOR Labs; Director, Tap Institute)

In this workshop, Dr. Kelber, an international expert in text analysis education, will give a high-level overview of how text analysis helps researchers discover new insights…

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Workshop – Using Artificial Intelligence Tools for Creativity (Trevor Smith)

In this workshop, Trevor will showcase and explain various creative Artificial Intelligence software, with particular emphasis on how this software can assist in personal creative endeavors…

Find out more »

New Media Studies Reading Group

The Fall 2021 New Media Studies Reading Group will meet on Thursday, October 28, 1-2PM, in the Digital Matters space, suite 2751 on the second floor…

Find out more »

Digging Through History’s Dumpster: The Woman’s Exponent Advertising Database (Dr. Jeremy Browne, Prof. of Digital Humanities at Brigham Young University)

In 2019 the Marriott Library worked with BYU's Lee Library to re-digitize a complete archive of Woman's Exponent, a newspaper published in Salt Lake City from…

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Digital Matters,MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112
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Workshop – Using Zotero to Collect, Organize, and Share Citations (Rebekah Cummings, Digital Matters Librarian)

Do you still copy and paste citations into Word and Google Docs? Are you frequently unable to locate that perfect statistic, quote, or article you read…

Find out more »
Digital Matters,MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112
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Workshop – Network Graphing for Humanists (David Roh, Director, Digital Matters)

Visualizing relationships can reveal hidden connections, leading to interesting research questions or new lines or inquiry.  But how can a non-specialist build those relationships in a…

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Digital Matters,MLIB 2751
Salt Lake City,UT84112
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