SEI 2020 has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
We hope you will consider attending SEI 2021 which will be held at Northwestern University. We anticipate offering a similar selection of Choose Your Own Adventures (CYOA) in 2021 as had been planned for 2020 (see below).
Choose Your Own Adventure (CYOA) is an opportunity to customize your SEI experience through half-hour breakout sessions with several experts at Northwestern University. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, choose one of three opportunities to augment the main SEI curriculum modules and take a deeper dive into a specific topic.
Following each breakout session, there will be an optional dine-around lunch opportunities with the breakout session leaders and the SEI Co-Chairs. You’re welcome to go to lunch with your breakout session leader to continue the conversation, or jump into a different group to catch up on what they discussed. Restaurants and groups will be announced later!
Tuesday, June 23 (11:00 –11:30)
|Records of the Bursar’s Office Takeover: From Analog to Digital with the User in Mind||Charla Wilson, Archivist for the Black Experience||Deering 200|
|Digitization Tour||Dan Zellner, Production Coordinator||2E|
|Ethics and Care in Digital Humanities||Josh Honn, Digital Humanities Librarian||Video room?|
Wednesday, June 24 (11:15 – 11:45)
|What are Checksums, and Why Should I Care?||Laura Alagna, Digital Preservation Librarian||B234|
|Is Digital Forensics Right for Me?||Kelsey O’Connell, Digital Archivist||B238|
|From Archive to Classroom: The Use of Omeka and Companion Tools in the Curation of Digital Stories and Exhibits||Matt Taylor, Director, Media and Design Studio, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences||B183|
Thursday, June 25 (11:15 – 11:45)
|Instructional Technology in NUL’s MakerLab and Video Production Studio||Ted Quiballo, Instructional Technologies Librarian||Mudd MakerLab and Lightboard Studio|
|Introduction to Tropy, a Tool for Research Photo Management||Becca Greenstein, Librarian for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)||Mudd 2124|
|Geospatial and Data Visualization Services and Spaces for Students and Faculty||Kelsey Rydland, Data Services Librarian||Mudd 2122|