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Larissa Ringham Digital Initiatives, UBC Library ENGAGING STUDENTS IN DIGITAL PROJECTS Great People Great Work April 24 2014

Engaging Students in Digital Projects

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Presented at the UBC Faculty Association "Great People, Great Work" forum April 24 2014. Presents on the Gold Rush Letters and the Epigraphic Squeezes digital projects at UBC (Digital Initiatives Unit).

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Larissa RinghamDigital Initiatives, UBC Library

ENGAGING STUDENTS IN DIGITAL PROJECTS

Great People Great WorkApril 24 2014

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TLEF – Flexible Learning Funded Projects

Gold Rush Letters

History DepartmentRBSCLSITDigital Initiatives

Epigraphic Squeezes

Department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies (CNERS)LSITDigital Initiatives

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Gold Rush Letters

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Gold Rush Letters

The Project

• Process • Digitize• Students transcribe,

describe and reflect• Markup and analysis• … other ideas?

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Epigraphic Squeezes

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Epigraphic Squeezes

The Project

• Catalogue • Digitize• Students transcribe,

describe and reflect• Present translations in

learning modules• … other ideas?

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For more info on the projects:

http://fromstonetoscreen.wordpress.com/ (student blog on the Squeezes project)

Digitizer’s Blog Look for blog posts with project details coming soon!

Questions? [email protected]