Partially funded by a generous gift from Board Member Jim Hoesley and his wife Sandra Drews, and conducted in collaboration with Career Services, the School of Arts and Sciences and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF), the Hoesley Digital Literacy Fellows program demystifies technology, provides hands-on training and a website building project, and fosters career connections A cohort of up to15 students in 2010 meet with library staff in September to plan personalized programs. The technology expertise of the Weigle Information Commons and Vitale Digital Media Lab staff provide the opportunity to delve deeper into technologies particularly relevant to careers of interest to the students, while workshops with hands-on instruction and guest speakers on career-related planning address a wide range of technology topics.

More information about the Hoesley Digital Literacy Fellows.