Library Hosts Studio Chi Open House

CDM and LAS join forces at an open house to introduce Studio χ (CHI: Computing/Humanities Interface) Nov. 16, 2016, John T. Richardson Library’s Scholar’s Lab. (credit: DePaul University/Jamie Moncrief)

On November 16th, the DePaul University Library hosted the inaugural open house for Studio Chi, a new center for faculty development at DePaul that “will foster and support research at the interface between humanities and computing.” Building on the teaching, learning, and research collaborations that have been explored in the John T. Richardson Library Scholar’s Lab, our partnership with Studio Chi will  bring faculty and students from across DePaul’s schools and colleges into the library to take advantage of the resources, technology, and expertise found in our growing digital scholarship and services program.

Digital Scholarship Librarian Ana Lucic is currently a partner in the “Reading Chicago Reading” project supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Studio Chi will launch its inaugural speaker series, “Foundations of the Digital, Foundations in the Humanities: Race, Gender, Class,” in Spring 2017, and will be a partner in the next phase of the John T. Richardson Library renovation, scheduled for Summer 2017.

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