On June 2, CCNMTL Associate Director for Instructional Design Lucy Appert delivered a keynote presentation at the Open Apereo 2015 Conference.
Appert joined Robert Squillace, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the Liberal Studies Program at New York University for the keynote. In the talk, “A Gradual Revolution: The Future of Digital Humanities,” Appert discussed the role central IT and instructional support staff can play in supporting Digital Humanities projects on campuses. Watch Appert’s talk here:
Visual note creator Giulia Forsythe also created a viznote—a colorful visual summary—of the session:
The Apereo Foundation is a global network of institutions and communities supporting open source software in higher education. Complete information on this year’s Open Apereo Conference can be found on Lanyard.com.