Carolina Digital Humanities is seeking proposals for Digital Literacy Fellowships. These Fellowships will support graduate students wishing to expand their professional profiles through developing educational materials and programming to promote digital literacy.
These awards provide $4,000 for graduate students wishing to study and implement digital literacy initiatives on college campuses. Fellows will be linked with pedagogical projects supported by the Digital Innovation Incubator, collaborating with partners from the Libraries, OASIS, and the Digital Innovation Lab. Fellows will work closely with faculty digital projects and with administrators to identify strategic directions and develop programmatic approaches for promoting digital literacy.
Fellows will collaborate with a faculty member and DII partners during the fall of 2018 and the spring of 2019 on one pedagogical project each semester. Fellows will meet regularly with partners in the Digital Innovation Lab. Fellows will devote regular time to developing relevant digital skills each semester.
Submit an application using this link no later than 11:59PM on April 13th
For questions related to the proposal process, contact Daniel Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org).