Smart Internet Research. September 3, 2013
A workshop on smart searching on the internet, for students preparing to write undergraduate theses and papers. We provide strategies for research, making the best use of the internet. Leave the workshop with concrete directions for your project. Check out the resource page here.
What we do
The Center for Literary Computing (CLC) rethinks literary studies for the digital age, developing interdisciplinary research projects in the poetics of new media and the media ecology of literary institutions, using web technologies, multimedia, hypertext, audio/video, and virtual environments. Support for the CLC comes from: Eberly College of Arts & Sciences at WVU and the WVU Department of English. The CLC is directed by Sandy Baldwin. Contact the CLC at firstname.lastname@example.org to:
- schedule workshops on internet research, website design, and other topics
- learn about undergraduate and graduate internships
- learn about membership on the CLC website, as a online resource for teachers or for your individual account
- learn about our multimedia consulting services
To visit or to find out about CLC hours email email@example.com.