Recently, three opportunities for professional development have been announced, all taking place on the east coast.
VRAF is presenting a one day Omeka workshop at Hunter College, Exhibit, Instruct, Promote: An Introduction to Omeka for Digital Scholarship, on February 19, 9:00-4:00. The workshop will be taught by Meghan Musolff, Special Projects Librarian for Library IT, University of Michigan Library, where she has used Omeka in the creation of online exhibits. The fee for this workshop is $125 and registration is required before February 12.
The Duke University Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies will hold a symposium called Apps, Maps & Models: Digital Pedagogy and Research in Art History, Archaeology & Visual Studies on February 22, 2016 from 8:30 to 6:30. This event is free of charge! Registration is requested. The program and speakers for the day look great.
Finally, the Summer Education Institute has been announced for 2016. It will be held at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, June 7-10. The curriculum has been updated and includes a component on digital humanities projects. The institute is a rare immersive opportunity to develop new skills or deepen existing ones. Payment must be received before June 1.