Digital Scholarship (DiSC)
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Workshops for Spring 2013
These workshops are open to anyone in the Emory community. Most of them take place in classrooms 310, 312 and 314 in the Woodruff Library. For more information about library instruction or if you need specialized library instruction for your class, or to suggest other workshops, contact Erin Mooney at 727-6863 or email@example.com.
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Digital Scholarship Workshops
The Digital Scholarship Commons (DiSC), which is based in the Woodruff Library, will offer workshops on digital scholarship this semester. Each workshop will be offered twice, once on Mondays at noon and once on Thursday evenings at 6pm. You can register for one, two, or all of the workshops!
Emory's Center for Interactive Teaching also offers a number of workshops, including a variety of workshops on teaching with technology (using wikis, blogs, digital storytelling, podcasting, etc.). ECIT is located in room 214 of Woodruff Library.
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