ILiADS (Institute for Liberal Arts Digital Scholarship) issued a call for project proposals for the Institute for Liberal Arts Digital Scholarship, to be held July 24-29, 2016, at Hamilton College:
ILiADS offers participants a summer institute where they may develop projects as a team (faculty, student, librarian, technologist, other experts) and also interact with method and technology experts who can further their project goals. Unique to ILiADS and recognizing the role digital scholarship plays in undergraduate education, priority will be given to proposals that include student collaborators. Project proposals at any stage, idea through to implementation, are welcome. Our ILiADS Coaches will guide project teams from the point at which their proposal is accepted to the end of the institute week. During the summer institute week, teams will spend significantly time working on their projects and coaches will connect teams to experts in the digital methods and the technologies necessary for the teams to develop their project goals, process, and outcomes.
Project Proposals are due on February 22, 2016. Questions can be directed to the steering committee’s email address 2016 [at] iliads [dot] [org].
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