By Grace Robbins, Office of Digital Research and Scholarship Intern, Fall 2019 During this semester I have been working as the Digital Cultural Heritage Intern in the Office of Digital Research and Scholarship. You might be wondering, what in the world is digital cultural heritage? It seems like a fancy title, but for what?... Continue Reading →
It's my final semester in the iSchool program, and I made it. I had a long journey from the start, including a brief hiatus, and yet I returned to finish with a passion - I even received the F. William Summers Award to prove my academic success. But perfect GPA aside, I'm most proud of... Continue Reading →
This past June I went to my first ALA conference seeking inspiration on what to do next. I had just put in my two weeks notice at a paraprofessional library job to focus on which final classes to pursue for my Master’s in Information. In between linked data and zine panels I met up with... Continue Reading →
This is a guest post from Matt Hunter, who interned with me this past academic year. Matt's enthusiasm and knowledge were an incredible asset to DRS this year, as we established our office, hosted events, and kicked off our program of digital humanities support. His time and efforts provided great momentum, and we'll be the lesser without him. Good luck Matt!