A slideshare of the presentation “Creative Commons & Digital Preservation” by Jane Park of Creative Commons.
A Slideshare of the “Born-Digital: An Archival Approach” presentation by Jackie Dooley, Program Officer at OCLC Research to the Digital Library Federation.
Report on an panel discussion on an emerging approach to meet challenges of metadata and time management, and its implications for information professionals, called Crowdsourcing & Linked & Open Data: New Ways to Make Collections Visible that SLA@Pratt organized on October 14.
Slides from “From Crowd Knowledge to Machine Knowledge: use cases with semantics & user interaction in cultural heritage collections” by Lora Aroyo, VU University Amsterdam.
For the research field of Digital Humanities the Faculty invites applications for: 2 Postdocs in Digital Humanities.
The Telling Stories with Data workshop focused on data as narrative and what that means for visualization
Here’s how you can customize the look of your network visualization so that you can see what you need to see.
The Lewis Department of Humanities seeks a tenure-track assistant professor in digital humanities. Research and teaching areas of particular interest include comparative history; art and architectural history; communication; or literature; but strong applications from any discipline will be considered.
Presented to the University of Michigan Teaching and Technology Collaborative (TTC), the presentation, “Introducing the Digital Humanities,” was a whirlwind tour of new large-scale databases and tools for conducting and storing research, and a demonstration of some of the interactive platforms for broadcasting and publishing findings.
The Department of Film and Media Studies at the University of California, Irvine invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the Assistant Professor level, beginning July 1, 2012. We seek scholars whose research and teaching is dedicated to the history and theory of digital media culture.