How to Build Websites and Your Scholarly Identity Profile
As digital humanities scholarship and pedagogies have become prevalent, questions about online academic identities, openly accessible work, and changing digital expectations have significantly grown in importance. What does your work look like online? How would it appear to a potential editor or employer, or a newspaper looking for a quotation on your topic? Whether you’re anticipating entering the job market or you’d like to bring a past project to new audiences, paying attention to how your work looks online may be to your advantage.
In this workshop, participants will learn how to establish online hubs for their work by hosting their own webpages, creating Wordpress sites, discovering models in other people’s professional websites, utilizing open access repositories, and attaching unique identifiers to their work with ORCID.
Please bring a laptop to get the most out of this session. This event is free, and no previous experience with website design or digital humanities is required. Hope to see you there.
- Monday, October 21, 2019
- 2:30pm - 4:00pm
- McGuinn 011
- Chestnut Hill Campus