The annual DHI Digital Projects Showcase provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to share teaching or scholarship practices that make use of information technologies to solve problems in interesting or original ways.
The 2017 Digital Project Showcase will be held on the morning of Wednesday, November 8, and the call for proposals is now open. All members of the UNF community are invited to participate, and we also invite proposals from individuals or groups representing other universities or cultural institutions. We are interested in presentations dealing with projects at any stage of development, as well as presentations on methods and tools. Presentations may highlight a project in its entirety, or may address a specific aspect of a larger undertaking.
Proposals are due September 15 at 11:59 PM, with acceptance notification by September 29.
Poster printing for accepted proposals will be provided by the Center for Instruction & Research Technology.
Proposal submissions should include the following: 1) full title of poster/presentation; 2) names of all participants, with academic/professional title (or major/program of study for students); 3) a description/abstract of the material to be presented (250 words max.); 4) name of faculty mentor or project leader, if applicable, and an explanation of any special needs regarding technology or equipment.
To submit your proposal, click here. Note: Submission is through the UNF Digital Commons. You will need to either log in with your UNF network credentials or create an account.
For questions regarding the 2017 DHI Digital Projects Showcase, contact Clayton McCarl (email@example.com), DHI interim chair, and acting co-chair of the DHI Events Committee.