The Environmental Action Living-Learning Community site showcases authentic dialogues by and between Lewis & Clark students.
A public portal to the process and products of digital scholarship at Lewis & Clark, with primary emphasis on our students.
A few of our 200+ sites
The Lewis & Clark Around the World site features Overseas and Off-Campus program posts, projects, and images by student participants.
Understanding Urbanity is a student scholarship site by Jesse Simpson (2017), focusing on transportation politics and the urban condition.
The site by Laurel Garrett (2016) includes, among other work, her honors thesis on clouds and the construction of scientific knowledge.
Literary Landscapes, by Hannah Smay (2017), chronicles her double major in English and environmental studies.
The General Education site promotes resources, perspectives, and discussions related to GE reform at Lewis & Clark College.
We constantly strive to provide good training and support to our students who are cultivating skills in digital scholarship. Effective spring 2017, we launched a new site, ds.lclark.edu/learn/, to provide self-guided skills development. Currently … [read more]
Have you checked out Lewis & Clark's 2016 New Student Orientation site on the DS multisite yet? The site complements the official NSO site with a wide range of resources and perspectives authored by Rachel Perry '17, a senior at Lewis & Clark … [read more]
One major DS group site, Lewis & Clark Around the World, features reflections by students participating in international and domestic opportunities organized by our Overseas and Off-Campus Programs office. Currently there are over 500 posts by … [read more]