SPIE Digital Library Student Travel Stipend- due Feb 28, 2018

$1200 SPIE Digital Library Student Travel Stipend – Call for Applications Stipend to attend the SLA Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD, June 9-13, 2018. SPIE Digital Library is sponsoring for library school students an award of a $1200 travel stipend Continue reading SPIE Digital Library Student Travel Stipend- due Feb 28, 2018

MITH 741: Performing the Digital Humanities- Spring 2018

Don’t miss the opportunity to rep the iSchool and enroll in this exciting interdisciplinary course! There will be a final project in lieu of a final exam. Register on Testudo. Performing the Digital Humanities MITH 741 Spring 2018 Also offered Continue reading MITH 741: Performing the Digital Humanities- Spring 2018

Free Webinar: Libraries as Digital Inclusion Champions- Jan. 25, 2018

LIBRARIES AS DIGITAL INCLUSION CHAMPIONS January 25, 201 1 – 2 pm ET Register for the free webinar What does the term “digital inclusion” mean? How do libraries play a role in connecting their communities? Answer these questions and learn how Continue reading Free Webinar: Libraries as Digital Inclusion Champions- Jan. 25, 2018

MD Tech Connect at Universities at Shady Grove- Dec. 8, 2017

Registration is now open for the MD Tech Connect 2017 on December 8 at the Universities at Shady Grove  – http://mdtechconnect2017.weebly.com/ The event has been developed via collaborative partnership with Priddy Library at Shady Grove, MDLIBTECH, Maryland Special Libraries Association, and the Maryland State Library. Questions? For registration Continue reading MD Tech Connect at Universities at Shady Grove- Dec. 8, 2017

Call for Proposals: Code4Lib 2018- due Sept. 30, 2017

Code4Lib 2018 Pre-Conference Proposals: We are now accepting pre-conference proposals for the 2018 Code4Lib conference in Washington, DC. These pre-conferences can either be a 1-day or a 1/2-day session and will occur on Tuesday, February 13, 2018. To propose a Continue reading Call for Proposals: Code4Lib 2018- due Sept. 30, 2017

The Shifting Future of Coding Boot Camps

As employers expand the repertoire of technical skills expected from future employees, many coding boot camps are struggling to keep up with the changing demands. In a New York Times article published last week, journalist Steve Lohr explores the sustainability Continue reading The Shifting Future of Coding Boot Camps

Breaking Ground: New Computational Tools for Art- July 20, 2017

“Breaking New Ground: Computational Tools for Art” THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017 3:30 – 5PM Event Information: http://s.si.edu/2rOio0y Computer processing of scientific images of artworks—using algorithms from engineering applications—has advanced rapidly over the past decade. These tools have allowed researchers to Continue reading Breaking Ground: New Computational Tools for Art- July 20, 2017