Category Archives: CFPs & Conferences

CFParticipation: Digital Art History Workshop Week – May 26-29, 2015

By The Editors | May 19, 2015

From the announcement: Conceived as a gentle and easy introduction to some facets of Digital Art History, akin to slowly entering a swimming pool via the shallow section, this four-day event covers some of the more popular areas of DAH (mapping, virtual modeling, augmented reality, online exhibitions, database-building and visualization) and is divided into two […]

CFP: Nominations Now Open for the 2015 NDSA Innovation Awards

By The Editors | May 14, 2015

The National Digital Stewardship Alliance Innovation Working Group is proud to open the nominations for the 2015 NDSA Innovation Awards. These awards are an example of the NDSA’s commitment to encourage and recognize innovation in the digital stewardship community. Read the Full Post Here.

CFParticipation: Women’s History in the Digital World 2015

By the Editors | May 5, 2015

From the Announcement: Women’s History in the Digital World 2015, the second conference of The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Education, will be held on the campus of Bryn Mawr College on May 21-22. We aim to bring together experts, novices, and all those in between to share insights, lessons, […]

CFP: JCDL 2015: Doctoral Consortium & Registration

By The Editors | April 23, 2015

From the announcement: Big Data is everywhere – from Computational Science to Digital Humanities, from Web Analytics to traditional libraries. While there do exist significant challenges in other areas, for many the biggest issue of all is a digital libraries one – How do we preserve big data collections? How do we provide access to […]

CFP: 2015 DLF (Digital Library Federation) Forum Proposals

By The Editors | April 21, 2015

From the announcement: Organizers are currently seeking proposals for the 2015 DLF Forum program. The Program Planning Committee requests proposals within the broad framework of digital collections, infrastructure, resources, and organizational priorities. You do not need to be part of a member organization in order to submit a proposal. The Forum traditionally has no overarching […]

CFP: Digital Humanities Forum 2015

By The Editors | April 21, 2015

From the announcement: The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas has issued a call for proposals for Digital Humanities Forum 2015, to take place September 25-26, 2015. The theme for 2015 is Peripheries, Barriers, Hierarchies: Rethinking Access, Inclusivity, and Infrastructure in Global DH Practice. Find out more: CFP: Digital Humanities […]

CFParticipation: Introducing the Digital Pedagogy Lab

By the Editors | April 7, 2015

From the announcement: If you’re itching to brush up your digital teaching chops over the summer, the journal Hybrid Pedagogy is offering a Digital Pedagogy Lab this summer. Slated to take place at the University of Wisconsin, Madison from August 10-14, 2015, the lab is a five-day practical institute that will combine discussions of digital pedagogy […]

CFParticipation: Seeding Digital Scholarship! April 24th

By the Editors | April 7, 2015

From the announcement: This spring, we’re hosing a digital scholarship capacity-building event for librarians, staff, and faculty from Ontario-region universities. Join us for a day of planning (& playing!) – you”ll leave with experience and ideas to grow big and small digital scholarship activities in your institution. Read more: Seeding Digital Scholarship!

CFP: The Internet and Online Pedagogy

By the Editors | April 2, 2015

From the CFP: Pedagogy and pedagogical thinking, with invaluable support from the various disciplines already concerned with the Internet, reside in the ability to articulate and offer new ways of educational representation. Besides interdisciplinary matters, this construction is not a mechanical path that consists in shifting old pedagogy onto the Internet; nor is it something […]

CFP: 10th Conference ISKO-France 2015

By the Editors | March 31, 2015

From the announcement: Knowledge organization has been the main object of research for the French branch of ISKO, since its foundation in 1996. We have successively explored organizational structure, the technical tools of mediation as well as the forms and mechanisms of knowledge-sharing systems. All these questions are related to the mechanisms of the production […]