Virtual Middlebury

Closed to the Public

Our March MiddLab Coffee Break will be focusing on the topic of ethics in data, including how data can be used for social good as well as how data has been used for social evils. The discussion will be facilitated by Ryan Clement, Data Services Librarian, along with Matt Lawrence, Barksdale Jr.

Faculty Fellow/Assistant Professor of Sociology; Amy Collier, Associate Provost for Digital Learning; and Katie Gillespie, Associate Director for Research Compliance. Our facilitators have broad experience in working with data and the ethical considerations that surround such work, but we want this to be a community discussion, so please bring your projects, questions, and concerns!

Please join us for this virtual discussion as part of our MiddLab Coffee Break series! These meetings are hosted by MiddLab, with co-sponsorship from the Library, ITS, DLINQ, and the MiddData initiative. MiddLab is a cross-campus hub for librarians, technologists, and other specialists who support digital projects, digital scholarship, and other technology-based research needs.

The MiddLab Coffee Break series is a monthly meeting of those interested in digital academia to meet for the discussion, sharing, and questioning of a variety of topics important to our community. These meetings will be facilitated by MiddLab members, along with guest experts from across the Middlebury community.

Please register for this free event at

More information about MiddLab is available at

* Note that registration is required for this event, so that participants can receive all pre- and post-discussion communication and materials, including the link to the Zoom videoconference.

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Contact Organizer

Kemp, Jonathan
(802) 443-2265