Announcing the Second Year of the Digital Scholarship Fellows Program

The program for sophomores and juniors is a collaboration of the Libraries, Writing Center, CCPA, and the OAR

Posted on September 15, 2015

Students Meghan Wingate ’17 and Yue Xiang ’17, working on a DS project from last year

Have you ever wondered how the web works?  Want to apply new, digital approaches to your scholarship?

The Haverford Libraries, Writing Center, CCPA, and OAR are happy to announce that we are now accepting applications for the second year of the Digital Scholarship Fellows Program.  This is an exciting opportunity which will enable students to expand upon their digital critical thinking skills, learn more about the web they use each day, make use of new scholarly methods, and meet some new people!

The Program: The DS Fellows Program is centered around a curriculum made up of 8 units. Each unit consists of two sessions: a learning session, and a hands-on session which then allows students to make use of the tools they have just learned in the previous learning session.  The DS Fellows Program requires that the 6-8 students who are accepted to the fellowship, come to the two, 2-hour sessions we have each month. This program is geared towards sophomores and juniors, but we welcome other enthusiastic students as well!

Learn More/Apply: To learn more about the program and apply, visit http://ds.haverford.edu/dsfellows