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DLF-LAC Sessions [clear filter]
Sunday, November 6
 

10:15am

#s1b: Jekyll for Librarians: Developing Minimal Sites for Exhibits
Jekyll, a popular static site generator, is both a simple way to publish online using minimal resources as well as a tool for learning and collaboration. Participants will set up a Jekyll site and customize templates for library use cases as well as discuss tools for collaborative authorship and publishing.


Session Chairs
avatar for Shilpa Rele

Shilpa Rele

Digital Program Librarian, Loyola Marymount University
@ShilpaRele

Speakers
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Nabil Kayshap

Swarthmore College
avatar for Roberto Vargas

Roberto Vargas

Swarthmore College
Swarthmore College


Sunday November 6, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
Grand West

10:15am

#s1c: Supporting Campus Bioinformatics with Amazon Web Services and a Few Bucks

Presenters will share experiences using AWS for bioinformatics at a Liberal Arts College.

Attendees will:

  • Learn a typical bioinformatics use case
  •  Set up a virtual cloud computer using Amazon Web Services
  • Perform bioinformatics data analysis using BLAST software
  • Leave feeling empowered to support bioinformatics at your home institution

Session Chairs
avatar for Angela Galvan

Angela Galvan

Systems Librarian, SUNY Geneseo

Speakers
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Sophia Horigan

Student, Lewis & Clark College
I am a undergraduate senior biology major working in bioinformatics of spiders.
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Rishi Javia

Junior computer science student at Lewis & Clark College


Sunday November 6, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
Grand Center

11:20am

#s2b: The Power of Story Maps: Learn How to Use ArcGIS and Story Maps for Digital Humanities

Digital Scholarship offers many opportunities for faculty and students wishing to utilize a more interdisciplinary approach to instruction and learning in a liberal arts environment. Creating Story Maps through Esri allows librarians to support students researching in the humanities field with a marketable skill in data visualization and GIS.


Session Chairs
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Andrew Prellwitz

Ripon College

Speakers
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Alyson Gamble

New College of Florida
avatar for Amelia Kallaher

Amelia Kallaher

Scholarly Resources Librarian, New College of Florida
New College of Florida


Sunday November 6, 2016 11:20am - 12:20pm
Grand West

2:15pm

#s4b: Planning to Share: Open Educational Resources for Small Liberal Arts Colleges

This workshop introduces the concept of open educational resources (OER) as a means of making digital library and digital humanities pedagogy professionally legible and widely accessible. Participants will brainstorm ways in which their own work could be modularized and deployed using available OER publishing platforms.

 



Session Chairs
avatar for Angela Galvan

Angela Galvan

Systems Librarian, SUNY Geneseo

Speakers
avatar for Mackenzie Brooks

Mackenzie Brooks

Digital Humanities Librarian, Washington and Lee University
Washington and Lee University
avatar for Brandon Walsh

Brandon Walsh

Washington and Lee University


Sunday November 6, 2016 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Grand West

2:15pm

#s4c: Hack/Doc Partnerships for Library Projects

Following the CLAMP model for a new type of hack-a-thon <http://www.clamp-it.org/get-involved/moodle-hackdoc-fest>, the Islandora Consortium Group has begun hosting hack/doc events. Learn how to bring together a wide variety of participants to make your coding events fun and useful!

 



Session Chairs
AP

Andrew Prellwitz

Ripon College

Speakers
avatar for Joanna DiPasquale

Joanna DiPasquale

Head of Digital Scholarship & Technology Services, Vassar College Libraries
avatar for David Keiser-Clark

David Keiser-Clark

Academic Application Developer, Williams College
Williams College
avatar for Francesca Livermore

Francesca Livermore

digital projects librarian, wesleyan university



Sunday November 6, 2016 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Grand Center