The Technology Division of the Cultural Studies Association (CSA) invites abstracts for papers and panel proposals for the 11th Annual Cultural Studies Association Meeting, May 23–26, 2013 at Columbia College, Chicago.
The Ivory Server: Academia and the Digital, a workshop
Digital technologies have increased exponentially pedagogical tools, academic resources, and potential for collaborations for students and scholars; the widening field of digital scholarship seems to present as many challenges as it does opportunities. This workshop aims to bring together scholars and practitioners share ideas, strategies, histories, and theories that may shape higher education in the years to come. Participants will distribute their work three weeks in advance of the conference, to focus on discussion and synthesis at the workshop.
Potential topics may include:
Politics and economics of accessibility
Collaboration and interdisciplinarity
Authorship and plagiarism
The future of the educator
Submit paper abstracts (maximum 250 words), A/V equipment requests (if needed) and a brief CV by February 1, 2013 to:
Theatre and Dance, Media Studies
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo