This two-part workshop is designed to cover some of the pragmatic concerns involved in managing a large-scale digital project. Participants are encouraged to attend both parts, but are welcome to come to one or the other.
The first part of the workshop will present strategies for working collaboratively with other faculty, students, and libraries in developing a large-scale digital project. The second part of the workshop will present two case studies of successful collaborative digital research projects: The Women's Print History Project, directed by Dr. Michelle Levy and the Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP), Co-Directed by Dr. Claire Battershill.
Note: The first part will be the first hour; the 2nd part starts on the 2nd hour. Please register and join us for the first part, second part or both parts.
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