Digital@Drexel Presentation and Showcase Event Highlights Digital Projects at Drexel
Over a dozen digital projects were on display at the Digital@Drexel Presentation and Showcase event on Friday, November 18th at W. W. Hagerty Library. The event, hosted by Drexel University Libraries and the Digital@Drexel Group, drew attention to some of the unique digital projects underway at Drexel University.
A presentation from William Ying, Ph.D., CIO and Vice President of Technology at ARTstor, began the event. Ying’s presentation, "Digital Landscape and Content Strategy in Higher Education" drew a crowd of 75 and focused on the challenges of managing digital resources and information in higher education. [view the presentation]
Guests were then invited to visit the Showcase portion of the event in the atrium of W. W. Hagerty Library. Balloons, monitors, posters, and laptops filled the lobby and faculty, students and staff discussed the many different projects were on display. [see more images from the event]
Showcase projects and participants included:
- Augmented Avenue from Mimi Sheller, Ph.D.
- Digital Cultural Heritage from Glen Muschio, Ph.D.
- Digital@iSchool from Xia Lin, Ph.D.
- Leveraging Google Spreadsheets with Google Apps Scripts from Jean-Claude Bradley, Ph.D.
- Photographs of the Tidewater Granary Explosion from Drexel University Archives
- Seeking Women’s History from The Legacy Center
- Digital Work from Drexel Smart House, Chris Baccash
- Interactive Technologies @ Drexel for Research, Learning and Entertainment from Drexel's MET lab and Youngmoo Kim, Ph.D.
- The Libraries and ARTstor, Drexel University Libraries
- Digital at the Academy, The Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel University
- Tools and Services from Drexel IRT's VCAC (Video Conferencing and Audio Visual) Group, Rob Raspberry
Digital@Drexel is a group of individual research and teaching faculty, librarians and archivists, who create, manage and/or provide support for the unique digital content produced in research and class projects. The group has a diverse membership that works together to discuss issues of managing Drexel's digital resources across projects.
Digital@Drexel began in summer 2011 after faculty members and Drexel University Libraries identified opportunities for collaborative support to manage the digital assets produced by the Drexel community.
For more information about Digital@Drexel, visit our website.