Call for Proposals
Selected courses will be provided with:
- the use of physical space in the DIL if appropriate,
- consultation with DIL staff and commitment of up to 20% of DIL work study staff,
- consultation with Library collection and digital support services,
- access to technical infrastructure and support through ITS,
- programming and consultation resources from OASIS.
If selected, instructors will coordinate closely with incubator personnel to plan and prepare for spring course activities. Support elements might include:
- developing web spaces for course projects,
- planning and coordinating data- and/ or GIS-oriented activities,
- planning related to archival and digitization activities,
- developing assignments and support structures for media-oriented activities,
- training and ongoing support for students and instructors.
Eligibility: Courses must be taught by tenure-track or fixed-term faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences. Courses should represent disciplines in the humanities, arts, or humanistic social sciences. Both undergraduate- and graduate-level courses will be considered.
Selection: Courses will be selected by the DII Administrative Board. The board will seek to identify courses that:
- provide opportunities to investigate emerging innovations in digital research or production methods,
- propose feasible adaptations that can be implemented during the semester,
- provide students with hands-on, digital research or production opportunities,
- leverage campus infrastructure and initiatives,
- engage with multiple communities across and beyond campus,
- propose adaptations that can be conducted without additional support in future offerings of the course,
- will be offered regularly in subsequent years.
The deadline for submissions is 5:00PM on Monday, November 20th.