6th ASIST Student Chapter Event
SC ASIS&T, the student ASIS&T chapter at the University of South Carolina, is please to present a talk by Dr. David Lankes, Reshaping the Library and Information Science Curriculum. We will convene in room 318 in the School of Journalism at 4:45 on Tuesday, September 20th.
5th ASIST Student Chapter Event
Please join us for the upcoming ASIST Chapter Event on
Cyber Security and Intelligence Operations
Refreshments will be served!
4th ASIST Student Chapter Event
Discover Start-up Opportunity
Please join us to a tour to USC/Columbia Business Incubator! This will be a great chance to meet the local start-up companies and business community.
Host: USC/Columbia Business Incubator
Operating Director: Mr. J Britt
Managing Director: Jack Beasley
USC/Columbia Business Incubator is one of the top incubators in the U. S. It provides facilities, customized coaching, and collaborating environment for emerging cutting-edge companies. This one hour tour includes a site visit, conversation opportunities with the operating managers, and getting in touch with the entrepreneurs.
Time: 1:00 pm—2:00 pm, Friday, March 4th, 2016 Meet at the front gate!
Address: 1225 Laurel Street, Columbia, SC, 29201 (Parking lot available behind the building.)
3rd ASIST Student Chapter Event
The Film Toaster with Mr. Cecil Williams
The School of Library and Information Science and our ASIS&T SC Student Chapter presents Mr. Cecil Williams, South Carolina’s foremost documentarian of black history and culture. He will discuss his recent invention “The Film Toaster” which he uses to preserve and digitize historical documents.
Please join us Thursday, February 25 from 5:30 to 6:30 in the Russell House Room 315.
2nd ASIST Student Chapter Event
Digital Tools for LIS Teaching and Practice
Spend some time with Heather Moorefield-Lang learning about new online tools and digital apps that can enhance teaching and personal practice in our field. Bring your favorite tech device to follow along.
1st ASIST Student Chapter Event
Digital Humanities Handheld Art Project
Please join the University of South Carolina ASIS&T Student Chapter on Wednesday, October 15th from 1:00-2:00 pm in Davis 216 for their next meeting.
Dr. Karen Heid of the USC School of Visual Art and Design will be our quest speaker. Dr. Heid is the Principal Investigator for the Digital Humanities Handheld Art Project. Project Site: http://handheldart.cas.sc.edu/
Handheld Art is a virtual learning environment for the classroom, encouraging interdisciplinary study by merging art and the humanities for K-12 education. Handheld Art is revolutionizing how the humanities are taught in the classroom, organizing content knowledge in a creative way to support larger ideas known as Enduring Ideas. Partnered with the Columbia Museum of Art, Handheld Art allows K-12 educators to access, create, and manage lesson plans with corresponding art collections for a whole new way of learning.
Funded by the National Science Foundation via a PIRA award, the Handheld Technologies for Visual Culture project draws on the growth of mobile technologies to explore participatory learning within visual culture. Currently, the project explores the development of a prototype designed for students and teachers of secondary art, inviting them to discover, adapt, and invent new and existing methods of learning and teaching in response to evolving media technology and participatory culture.
Light refreshments will be served.