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DARC is a project of [//gcdi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ GC Digital Initiatives (GCDI)] at The Graduate Center, CUNY. GCDI is a community of students, staff, and faculty distributed across centers, labs, initiatives, and academic programs who share an interest in digital scholarship and research. We offer events, workshops, office hours, faculty consultations, week-long institutes, and community-based working groups. Learn more about GCDI, our upcoming programming and how you can get involved on the GCDI website.
 
DARC is a project of [//gcdi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ GC Digital Initiatives (GCDI)] at The Graduate Center, CUNY. GCDI is a community of students, staff, and faculty distributed across centers, labs, initiatives, and academic programs who share an interest in digital scholarship and research. We offer events, workshops, office hours, faculty consultations, week-long institutes, and community-based working groups. Learn more about GCDI, our upcoming programming and how you can get involved on the GCDI website.
  
==Program==
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==Past Events==
 
 
===Fall 2019===
 
 
 
====Workshops====
 
 
 
October 8, 2019 – Kristen Hackett: “Cultivating a Digital Academic Identity with WordPress, the CUNY Academic Commons &/or Reclaim Hosting”  <br>
 
October 15, 2019 – Stefano Morello: “Introduction to Omeka”
 
 
 
====Events====
 
 
 
End-of-semester Talk.
 
''TBA''
 
 
 
The DARC Team is also currently working on [//darc.gcdiprojects.org a Wiki] that congregates information on resources and initiatives that revolve around Digital Archival work at the Graduate Center. The wiki will include information about institutional resources, groups, and ongoing projects at the GC, tutorials and methods for digital archival work, and internal and external funding opportunities.
 
  
 
===Spring 2020===
 
===Spring 2020===
  
====Workshops====
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February 4 – "From Rebellion to Review Board: Fighting for Police Accountability in Newark," a talk with Mary Rizzo. 6:30-9pm. Skylight Room. <br>
February 5 – Filipa Calado: “Getting Started with TEI” <br>
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February 5 – Filipa Calado: “Getting Started with TEI.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD. <br>
February 10 – Stefano Morello: “Tropy: Archival Research Photo Management” <br>
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February 10 – Stefano Morello: “Tropy: Archival Research Photo Management.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD. <br>
TBD – Stefano Morello, Stephen Klein, and Jeremy Boggs: “Advanced Omeka/Theming with Omeka” <br>
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TBD – Stefano Morello, Stephen Klein, and Jeremy Boggs: “Advanced Omeka/Theming with Omeka.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD. <br>
March 4 – Di Yoong: “Using Audacity for Oral History” <br>
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March 4 – Di Yoong: “Using Audacity for Oral History.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD. <br>
March 30 – Param Ajmera: “Working with HathiTrust Data”
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March 30 – Param Ajmera: “Working with HathiTrust Data.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD.
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TBD – “Digital Archival Ethics.” A panel on Rights & Sustainability for Material Object and Living Subjects. Speakers TBA.
  
====Events====
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====Working Group Monthly Meetings====
  
Late February – “Digital Archival Ethics”
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DARC group to host monthly working group meetings (on February 12, March 18, April 22, May 6) open to all constituencies from the GC community. Our first meeting will take place at 2:30pm. Future meetings times will be agreed according to the community's needs. It is an opportunity for those interested in Digital Archives to come to the GC Digital Scholarship Lab to work together and find support. DARC is open to people of all skill levels, disciplines, and backgrounds. Come, and let’s learn together.
A panel on Rights & Sustainability for Material Object and Living Subjects.  
 
Speakers TBA
 
  
Late March – “Defining Digital Archives”
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==Past Events==
5-Minute Talks & Moderated Roundtable.
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===Fall 2019===
Speakers TBA
 
 
 
====Working Group Monthly Meetings====
 
  
DARC group to host monthly working group meetings (on February 12, March 18, April 22, May 6) open to all constituencies from the GC community. It is an opportunity for those interested in Digital Archives to come to the GC Digital Scholarship Lab to work together and find support. DARC is open to people of all skill levels, disciplines, and backgrounds. Come, and let’s learn together.
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October 8, 2019 – Kristen Hackett: “Cultivating a Digital Academic Identity with WordPress, the CUNY Academic Commons &/or Reclaim Hosting.”  <br>
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October 15, 2019 – Stefano Morello: “Introduction to Omeka.

Revision as of 02:31, 24 November 2019

Overview

The Digital Archive Research Collective (DARC) offers centralized and dedicated support to the emergent community of students, faculty, and staff who are working on digital archival projects throughout The Graduate Center. Over the 2019-2020 academic year, DARC will hold a series of workshops and events, as well as create an online resource guide. Through the workshops and event series, we aim to foster community among the researchers and groups that are already pursuing digital archival work at the Graduate Center. Through the online guide, we will collect technical, academic, financial, and institutional resources to scaffold future digital archival projects at The Graduate Center. By developing awareness around archival work and facilitating access to sustainable technical and academic support, DARC will help to crystallize the digital archival community at The Graduate Center.

DARC is a project of GC Digital Initiatives (GCDI) at The Graduate Center, CUNY. GCDI is a community of students, staff, and faculty distributed across centers, labs, initiatives, and academic programs who share an interest in digital scholarship and research. We offer events, workshops, office hours, faculty consultations, week-long institutes, and community-based working groups. Learn more about GCDI, our upcoming programming and how you can get involved on the GCDI website.

Past Events

Spring 2020

February 4 – "From Rebellion to Review Board: Fighting for Police Accountability in Newark," a talk with Mary Rizzo. 6:30-9pm. Skylight Room.
February 5 – Filipa Calado: “Getting Started with TEI.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD.
February 10 – Stefano Morello: “Tropy: Archival Research Photo Management.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD.
TBD – Stefano Morello, Stephen Klein, and Jeremy Boggs: “Advanced Omeka/Theming with Omeka.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD.
March 4 – Di Yoong: “Using Audacity for Oral History.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD.
March 30 – Param Ajmera: “Working with HathiTrust Data.” 6:30-8:30. Room TBD. TBD – “Digital Archival Ethics.” A panel on Rights & Sustainability for Material Object and Living Subjects. Speakers TBA.

Working Group Monthly Meetings

DARC group to host monthly working group meetings (on February 12, March 18, April 22, May 6) open to all constituencies from the GC community. Our first meeting will take place at 2:30pm. Future meetings times will be agreed according to the community's needs. It is an opportunity for those interested in Digital Archives to come to the GC Digital Scholarship Lab to work together and find support. DARC is open to people of all skill levels, disciplines, and backgrounds. Come, and let’s learn together.

Past Events

Fall 2019

October 8, 2019 – Kristen Hackett: “Cultivating a Digital Academic Identity with WordPress, the CUNY Academic Commons &/or Reclaim Hosting.”
October 15, 2019 – Stefano Morello: “Introduction to Omeka.”