Helene Williams is on the advisory board for the Open Negotiation Education for Academic Libraries project, for which the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) funded $238,689 last week with a Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian grant. The PI is Katharine Macy, an MLIS alum, who is based at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Helene will be contributing existing curriculum and testing new curriculum that will then be openly available to students and librarians.
- Heather Whiteman, “Applying Network Analysis to Rethink How We Work.”
- Mike Teodorescu, “Artificial Intelligence and Ethics.”
Sarah Ketchley presented "Pathways to Creating an Inclusive and Accessible Digital Humanities Classroom" at the Digital Pedagogy Institute conference hosted by the University of Waterloo.
Andrew Reifers has the following news to share:
- He was interviewed on the topic of internet privacy for Forbes: “Facebook Has Been Targeting Users Who Visited Pregnancy Center Sites – How Could That Data Be Used?”
- He was also quoted in a CNN article about online privacy: “Private browsing may not protect you as much as you think.”