Digital Community Partnerships: A Conversation

414 Walnut St #1100, Cincinnati, OH 45202

This event has been postponed due to university restrictions regarding coronavirus. A make-up date will be announced later.

Digital Community Partnerships: A Conversation

As part of the University of Cincinnati’s Research + Innovation Week, join us for a panel discussion on Digital Community Partnerships led by Rebecca S. Wingo (University of Cincinnati History professor).

How have scholars across a variety of disciplines navigated the creative and collaborative relationships involving communities partners?  How has the addition of digital components changed the way  topics can be brought to their intended audience?  Digital projects can empower communities through collaboration while creating new primary sources, collapsing barriers, and sparking new dialogue.

Published in March of this year in open access, Digital Community Engagement: Partnering Communities with the Academy edited by Rebecca Wingo, Jason Heppler, and Paul Schadewald “lifts the hood” and presents nine examples of digital collaborations.

Joining Digital Community Engagement co-editor Rebecca S. Wingo (History, University of Cincinnati) are community partners Allison Schuette (English, Valparaiso University), and Liz Wuerffel (Art, Valparaiso University) as they discuss their projects and the ethical considerations of academic community-engaged work. Register for free here.