Dr. Alyson Gill, CDI Director, is a strong advocate for the digital humanities, with several projects funded through the National Endowment for the Humanities. Find out about those projects here.
The CDI works with faculty to create resources for their classrooms, including helping with the flipped classroom, iBook creation, adaptive learning technologies, and digital portfolios, to name a few. The CDI holds workshops throughout the year.
3D models add another dimension to virtual tours.
The CDI often works with faculty to highlight various projects and exhibitions. Most recently we worked with A-State sculptor John Salvest to photograph his exhibition Disappearing Ink.
From software development to app creation, the CDI has worked on some impressive projects.
The CDI has recently updated all of the A-State heritage site websites in collaboration with Dr. Ruth Hawkins, including the Southern Tenant Farmers Museum, the Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center, the Lakeport Plantation. and the Dyess Colony: Boyhood Home of Johnny Cash.