Late last week, Dr. K.J. Rawson launched the Digital Transgender Archive, which the Boston Globe has described as “a compendium of historic documents, oral-history transcripts, photographs, and newsletters” that, together, constitute a transgender past.
Please join the Digital Writing & Research Lab for Dr. K.J. Rawson’s lecture, ‘The Rhetorical Work of Digital Archives,” on Friday February 19 at 3pm. The talk will be held at the Texas Union UNB in room 3.304 (Quadrangle Room).
To Our Usual Readers, In lieu of a conventional blog post, and in preparation for the 2015 DWRL Digital Lesson Plan Open House, this post summarizes a lesson on augmenting a physical space to better understand arguments about the rhetoric of space — in this case, the DWRL itself (how meta!). See ya next post! The Augmented Reality Team
Today at noon, DWRL alumna Stephanie Rosen, Accessibility Specialist at the University of Michigan Libraries, is hosting a workshop on accessibility and digital media. Join us in FAC 9, tune in remotely via the Google Hangout, or follow along with our tweets. The handouts and reference material for the workshop are available in this Google Doc.