Office Hours and Staff

office hours and staff

Digital Innovation Lab Open Hours:

Monday – Friday 10 am – 4 pm

 

Staff

Dan AndersonDan Anderson

iamdan [at] unc [dot] edu

Principal Investigator

Faculty Director of the Graduate Certificate Program in Digital Humanities & Curriculum Coordinator, Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative

Dan Anderson is a professor in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, where he serves as associate chair. He has built a number of instructional technology tools, including the PITJournal, and directs the Studio for Instructional Technology in English Studies (SITES), which provides instructors in the Department of English and Comparative Literature with opportunities and support as they integrate technologies into their teaching. He also serves on the Digital Innovation Lab Advisory Board, and in 2012, he served on the DIL/IAH Faculty Fellows selection committee.

 

Will BosleyWill Bosley

wbosley [at] email [dot] unc [dot] edu

Will comes to the DIL from from the Beasley Multimedia Resource Center which he managed from 2007 until 2015. Prior to his time here at UNC, Will was faculty at the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University. Will has a BA from Ohio State in technical theatre and an MET from Carnegie Mellon University.  Among his many duties, he is the Prospect Project Manager.

 

Student Staff

Todd Bowser

Todd is a Programs and Media Outreach Research Assistant in the Digital Innovation Lab. An MSLS student in the School of Information and Library Science, he is interested in digital libraries, information organization, and the utilization of academic libraries as public resources.

 

Kirubanand Chandrasekaran

Kirubanand is a MSIS student in the School of Information and Library Science. He is one of the Web Development Research Assistants supporting the Digital Innovation Lab on the backend. He is interested in troubleshooting computers.

 

Emily Crockett

Emily is a MSIS student in the School of Information and Library Science. She is one of the Programs and Media Outreach Research Assistants, helping to promote the various programs happening around the DIL. Her interest area is mainly in archives, information retrieval, and the interaction of technology and art history.

 

Kun Qian  

Kun is an MSIS student in the School of Information and Library Science. Kun’s interest area is mainly in web design and development, human and computer interaction. Kun is also familiar with WordPress and Drupal websites and would be happy to help in any of these areas.