April 23, 2012
The Interface seminar series is designed to engage faculty on using new and emerging technologies to improve teaching, learning, research, and engagement. The spring 2012 Interface + Digital Humanities Day seminar will be held on April 26, from 9:00am-4:15pm.
The spring Interface theme is “Open Resources, Open Possibilities,” and will focus on the production and use of open resources on the UF campus. Interface will begin with two keynote speaker presentations and then feature 10-minute lightning talks by faculty members. Participants will engage in roundtable conversations to explore the presentation topics in more depth. Poster presentations and refreshments, including lunch, are included for in-person attendees. The complete schedule for the event is available on the Interface Web site.
Faculty attending the face-to-face program will be entered in a drawing for an iPad. Online registration is also open.
The Interface + Digital Humanities Day is co-organized by the UF Office of Research, the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, the George A. Smathers Libraries, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and UF Information Technology.
Questions about Interface + Digital Humanities Day? Email Tawnya Means, Chair, Technology Innovations Advisory Committee.