Janet Simons, Gregory Lord, and Kerri Grimaldi present at Bucknell Digital Scholarship Conference

Lord and Grimaldi present at Bucknell's Digital Scholarship Conference
Janet Simons Co-director Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi), Gregory Lord DHi Lead Designer & Software Engineer, and Hamilton Senior Kerri Grimaldi '15, presented DHi's undergraduate fellowship program CLASS as part of a roundtable on Institutional Models for Digital Scholarship and Collaboration at Bucknell's Digital Scholarship Conference November 14-16, 2014.   Some of the highlights of the talk emphasized the roles played by multiple partners on campus including members of DHi's Collection Development Team.  CLASS training week includes sessions taught by Lisa McFall, Glynis Asu, Reid Larson, Lynn Mayo, Ted Fondak, Bret Olson, and Ben Salzman.  
Lord described the process he engages students in to develop their understanding of integrating humanities research questions with 3D modelling and interactive web design. This includes weekly training sessions tailored to their specific projects needs. 
Grimaldi discussed working with Professor Patricia O'Neill on the Beloved Witness Project and the projects she developed as a requirement of CLASS.  Grimaldi finished her CLASS summer internship in Professor Ray Siemen's Electronic Textual Cultures Lab.