Assessment with Learning Objectives for Training by Alex Gil on Neatline and GitHub


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Assessment with Learning Objectives for Training by Alex Gil on Neatline and GitHub
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Gil, Alex
George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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Gainesville, FL
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Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities Library Group


"Developing Librarian" refers to re-skilling programs to meet increased user demand for digital humanities services. This intensive pilot training program will benefit those interested in improving their skills by working collaboratively on a digital humanities project that will strengthen the usefulness of the Grimm Brothers on line sub-collection in the Baldwin Library. Training experts will be drawn from the Smathers Libraries and from other academic institutions. Funding will support visiting experts to present training sessions for the Libraries and other campus participants, and for an OPS student to assist participants and support the scholars lab. (Thanks to Alex Gil and the Developing Librarian Project at Columbia University for the "Developing Librarian" used in this project proposal.)
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Grant in collaboration with the DHLG ( Digital Humanities Library Group ).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Participant Name : ____________________ On a scale of 1 5, (where 1= poor; 5= excellent), please rate the quality of your current knowledge and skills (before /after training). Training Session Name : GitHub and Neatline Rating Scale Poor 1 2 Good 3 4 Excellent 5 Identifying reasons/examples for using GitHub in support of digital humanities in the libraries Identifying reasons/examples for using Neatline in support of digital humanities in the libraries Developing approaches and criteria for evaluating potential tools for the digital humanities