Past Events

Since DILAC's opening in Fall 2016, we have held the following events.

Fall 2016 DILAC Events

  • Thursday, September 8th, 3-4:30pm: DILAC Kick-Off
    See the DILAC lab and its resources, hear program plans from the Digital Humanities Lab and Digital Civics Labs, discuss support needs and opportunities for the 2016-2017 academic year.  
  • Thursday, September 15th, 3-4:30pm: What Makes a "Digital Humanities" Project?
    Share and discuss examples of "digital humanities" projects, and participate in a short exercise to identify key project components. 
  • Thursday, September 22nd, 3-4:30pm: What Makes a "Digital Civics" Project?
    Share and discuss examples of "digital civics" projects, and participate in a short exercise to identify key project components. 
  • Wednesday, September 28th, noon-1:30pm: Digital Humanities / Digital Civics Open Studio
    Share projects in-progress, contribute to collaborative learning through critique, receive conceptual, technical, and design feedback.
  • Wednesday, October 5th, noon-1:30pm: Integrating Digital Humanities Tools and Methods into Courses
    Share and discuss examples and best practices for integrating digital humanities tools and methods into undergraduate courses.
  • Wednesday, October 12th, noon-1:30pm: Assessing Learning and Impact in Digital Civics Projects
    Share and discuss methods for assessing learning and impact in digitial civics projects.
  • Wednesday, October 19th, noon-1:30pm: Digital Humanities / Digital Civics Open Studio
    Share projects in-progress, contribute to collaborative learning through critique, receive conceptual, technical, and design feedback. 
  • Wednesday, October 26th, noon-1:30pm: Digital Humanities and Design: Issues and Possibilities
    Share and discuss experiences in bringing digital humanities in coversation with design, and learn about how Georgia Tech envisions this intersection. 
  • Thursday, November 17th, 3-4:30pm: Digital Civics and Smart Cities: Issues and Possibilities
    Share and discuss experiences working on smart cities projects, and learn about project opportunities that align with major Georgia Tech and City of Atlanta smart cities initatives. 
  • Wednesday, November 30th, noon-1:30pm: Digital Humanities / Digital Civics Open Studio Open Studio
    Discuss projects, lessons learned, and goals for the Spring semester.