Upcoming events

Spring 2019 programming for faculty and graduate students:
   
Workshop: Making Course Content Accessible (Part I – Overview)
• Thursday, April 16, 3:30-4:30pm, Kresge 2524  (Register Here)
In this introductory workshop you will discover the challenges all students can encounter while using Canvas and will learn the simple steps that can dramatically improve the accessibility of course content.

(offered in conjunction with Northwestern IT Teaching and Learning Technologies)

Workshop: Making Course Content Accessible (Part IV – Video Captioning)
• Thursday, April 25, 3:30-5:00pm, Kresge 2524  (Register Here)
Video can be a powerful teaching and learning tool. Subtitles and captions can make video even more engaging by rendering its content quickly searchable and accessible. In this workshop we will look at the most common video platforms used at Northwestern (YouTube, Zaption, Library Course Reserves, Canvas Video) and participants will reflect on best practices in providing captions and subtitles.

(offered in conjunction with Northwestern IT Teaching and Learning Technologies)

Digital Humanities Drop-In Hours
• Monday, April 8, 12:00-1:30pm, Kresge 2515 (More Information)
• Monday, June 3, 12:00-1:30pm Kresge 2524  (More Information)

Are you considering a digital humanities project? Not quite sure how to begin? Or perhaps you’ve started a project on your own, and you’re at a good place to talk through it with someone knowledgeable? Please join Matt Taylor (Media and Design Studio), Josh Honn (Digital Humanities Librarian), and Andrew Britt (Digital Humanities Postdoc) for two Digital Humanities (DH) drop-in hours this spring.