The Lab for the Education and Advancement in Digital Research (LEADR), is an interdisciplinary space for undergraduates and graduate students to learn, experiment, and build with cutting-edge tools, technologies, and methods for digital social science and humanities. A collaboration between History, Anthropology, and Matrix, LEADR is a place for students from across disciplines to develop innovative digital and web-based projects in collaboration with other students, faculty, and digital humanities specialists. LEADR will also host and aid in the development of courses with a focus on experiential learning and digital pedagogies. In addition to housing a wide range of state-of-the-art technology and equipment, LEADR is a space for teaching and learning through workshops, courses, individual mentorship, project development, and scholarly play. For more information, stop in to LEADR (112 Old Horticulture Hall) or email leadr@msu.edu with questions or to set up an appointment.

Hours

FINALS WEEK HOURS (Dec. 12-16):
M-Th 10a to 5p
Fri 10a to 1p

Regular Hours:
M-Th 10a to 8p
Fri 10a to 1p

Contact Us

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leadr@msu.edu
(517) 884-0077

MSUDH Events

  • Global Digital Humanities Symposium CFP due

    December 9, 2016 12:00 am

    The Call for Papers is now available at http://www.msuglobaldh.org/cfp/! Please share the CFP widely and submit a proposal http://www.msuglobaldh.org/submit/

    This symposium, which will include a mixture of presentation types related to any of these issues, and particularly on the following themes and topics:

    -Critical cultural studies and analytics
    -Cultural heritage in a range of contexts
    -How identity categories, and their intersections, shape digital humanities work
    -Global research dialogues and collaborations
    -Indigeneity – anywhere in the world – and the digital
    -Digital humanities, postcolonialism, and neocolonialism
    -Global digital pedagogies
    -Digital and global languages and literatures
    -The state of global digital humanities community
    -Digital humanities, the environment, and climate change
    -The practice of digital humanities across textual, historical, and media divides
    -Innovative and emergent technologies across institutions, languages, and economies
    -Open data and open access policies in a global, postcolonial context
    -Scholarly communication and knowledge production in a global context

    Presentation Formats:

    3-5-minute lightning talks
    15-minute papers
    90-minute workshop proposals

    For more information vist msuglobaldh.org


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LEADR is located in 112 Old Horticulture, 506 E. Circle Dr., East Lansing, MI 48824 | (517) 884-0077

leadr@msu.edu