Digital Drop-Ins

Digital Drop-Ins

Join Matt Lefaive, Digital Humanities Developer for the CDHI every other Thursday from 1:00-2:00 EST for bi-weekly, themed, digital drop ins hosted with experts from across the tri-campus. From questions about digital exhibits to knowledge mobilization, come find answers and resources while building our CDHI community networks.

To learn more, email matthew.lefaive@utoronto.ca.

 

Matthew Lefaive

2022-2023 Digital Drop-in Schedule

 

 

Date

Topic

Expert

Session

 

September 22

 

Website Development Matthew Lefaive Join session

 

Have an idea for a session?

We’re here to help! We welcome your feedback and are always on the lookout for fresh new ideas for our Digital Drop-ins. Message our team today.

Contact our experts! Find a complete list of our Digital Drop-in hosts below.

OMEKA/Digital primary docs
James Roussain, Interim Head of Public Services at the John M. Kelly Library
Contact

Web development (DSspace + Open Journal Systems)
Rachel Wang, Application Programmer Analyst
Jana Rajakumar, Application Programmer Analyst
Contact

DH project development and tools
Kirsta Stapelfeldt, Head Digital Scholarship Unit
Contact

MetaData: concepts and best practices
May Chan, Head Metadata Services
Contact

Wiki Data/Metadata
Kyla Jemison, Metadata Librarian
Alex Jung, Open Technology Specialist
Contact

Wiki Data/Metadata
Trevor Deck, Music & Film Collections Management Librarian
James Mason, Metadata & Digital Initiatives Librarian
Contact

Copyright
Graeme Slaght, Acting Head, Scholarly Communications & Copyright Outreach Office
Contact

International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF)
Kelli Babcock, Digital Initiatives Librarian
Rachel Di Cresce, Project Librarian
Contact

Frameworks for environmental scanning
Carey Toane, Entrepreneurship Librarian
Contact

Wikidata and OpenRefine
Kyla Jemison, Metadata Librarian
Contact

AR/VR
Diane Michaud, Reader Services & Instruction Librarian, Pratt Library
Contact

Research Communications: podcasting 
Carla DeMarco, Communications Manager in the Office of the VP Academic and Dean
Contact

Consultations

Don’t know where to turn to get your DH project off the ground? We are happy to help! We can talk with you about your ideas and help talk through various strategies and supports. We offer consultations on all stages of a digital humanities, from the idea stage through to the ending and archiving of a project. We collaborate with other experts in this area, especially our digital scholarship librarian and IT colleagues. Please email CDHI Managing Director Danielle Taschereau Mamers at d.taschereau@utoronto.ca to set up a consultation.