ASIS&T SIG AH

2017 Virtual Symposium: Speakers and Agenda

 

Download the 2017 Virtual Symposium Program

 

The event will be held via Blackboard Collaborate. The link to access the event is below the schedule.

 

TUESDAY April 18

All Times Eastern

12-12:20 — Jeremy McLaughlin and Sandy Hirsh
12:20–1:05 — Kate Hayes, Research in the spotlight: Collaborations for viable research and art
1:05-1:50 — Alexander Monea, Speculative code studies, or, notes on the future of critique in the (digital) humanities
1:55–2:55 — Krystyna Matusiak and Anna Harper, Visual literacy in practice
3:00–3:45 — Miriam Posner, Translation problems: Why humanists are so difficult about data
3:45–4:30 — David Bourget, Transforming scholarly communications in philosophy: challenges and solutions

 

WEDNESDAY April 19

All Times Eastern

12-12:15 — Jeremy McLaughlin
12:15–1:00 — Björn Hammerfelt, Research assessment and evolving ideas of output and impact in the humanities
1:00–1:50 — Joan Beaudoin, Information and the art historian: Some notes on herding cats
1:55–2:40 — Michael Black, Datamining the ‘open’ Internet: Studying digital writing with Web scraping
2:40–3:25 — Jamie Thomas, Facilitating student collaboration in digital humanities on zombie discourse analysis
3:30–4:15 — Joe Locke and Ben Wright, Massive collaboration and the open humanities: The American Yawp as case study
4:15–4:30 — Jeremy McLaughlin

LINK TO ACCESS THE SYMPOSIUM (via Collaborate):

https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/launch/dropin.jnlp?sid=2011274&password=D.CFBC6CF052CD279D120A2AFE4013E2

 

Please RSVP at http://bit.ly/RSVP17Symp

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