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Teachers Can Jazz Up Their Classes with Qmedia and Other Online Tools

Qmedia, a new digital tool that enables a professor or student — whoever is “the author” –  to combine a video with a wide array of Web-based resources to produce an interactive experience for the students, will be featured at the Teaching with Technology Fair this Thursday, August 21 (11:30am – 5:30pm), Robertson Media Center in Clemons Library (3rd floor).

Originally conceived by students in Bill Ferster’s (Director of Visualization, SHANTI and Research Professor, Curry School of Education) course, “The Design of Online Learning Technology,” last year, it was further developed by SHANTI (Sciences, Humanities & Arts Network of Technological Initiatives).

For the complete article, click here.

2014 UVa Teaching with Technology Fair

Save the Date!

The 4th Annual Teaching with Technology Fair

Thursday, August 21
11:30 am – 5:00 pm
Robertson Media Center,
3rd floor of Clemons Library

2014 Theme: Technology & Mindfulness
Keeping Your Sanity While Integrating Tech Tools into Teaching

Gain strategies for maximizing technology in your teaching & research,
learn about available technologies & services for your courses,
Watch pages.shanti.virginia.edu/twt
for updates and info about program, registration, lunch, and more!

2014 Teaching with Technology SPARC

Please join us for the annual Teaching with Technology Showcase of Projects in Arts, Research, and Curriculum (“SPARC”) on Wednesday, February, 12th, 2014! This free event showcases technologies incorporated into today’s evolving labs and classrooms by UVa students and faculty. Demonstrations of emerging technologies such as Google Glass, Oculus Rift, and 3-Dimensional data capture will also be available.

For complete details, go to: https://pages.shanti.virginia.edu/TWT_SPARC/schedule/

To RSVP, click here.

Catered refreshments will be provided.

Hope to see you there!

IATH: 2014 Call for Fellowship Proposals

Digital Humanities Scholarships for UVA Humanities Faculty

IATH is a research institute focused on exploring and expanding the potential of information technology as a tool for humanities research. We are looking for applications for 2014-2015 Residential and Associate Fellows.

Resident Fellows receive office space, $10,000 per year for equipment and research support, and intensive technical, design, and development support and collaboration. Associate Fellows receive technical, design, and development support.

Applications are due February 24, 2014.

Interested? Contact us for more information and see if we can help you.

iath-info@virginia.edu | 924-4527

http://www.iath.virginia.edu/guidelines.html

THATCampVA 2013 Registration Is Now Open!

We’re excited to say that registration is now open for approximately 80 participants at THATCampVA!  Slots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so register early.

Register now!

CLOSING DATE: September 30, 2013

What’s this now?
You know! A regional THATCamp.

When?
THATCampVA will be held on Friday and Saturday, November 8-9, 2013. We have plans for workshops starting Friday afternoon, but if you send us your fabulous workshop idea, we may be able to offer a workshop track on Saturday as well.  On Saturday the THATCampVA unconference itself, with a track designed especially for kids and adult track sessions generated by the participants, will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Opportunities for social time with friends old and new will be available on Friday night, November 8, at nearby establishments.

Where?
Charlottesville, Virginia (at UVA Library’s Scholars’ Lab)

Who?
Organizers include digital humanities folks from UVA, Mary Washington, and Virginia Tech— but this is your unconference!

Anybody with energy and an interest in the humanities and/or technology should attend: graduate students, scholars, librarians, archivists, museum professionals, developers and programmers, administrators, managers, and funders; people from the non-profit sector, the for-profit sector, and interested amateurs.  We say any- and everybody, and especially those who would find this interesting but who may never have been to a THATCamp or anything like it before.

Questions in the meantime? Email us!

Watch this space for more news soon — and follow us at @THATCampVA.

The registration page, linked above, is at http://virginia2013.thatcamp.org/register/