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Session
Infrastructures of Digital Humanities [SDGs 12, 17]
Time:
Sunday, 25/Oct/2020:
11:00am - 12:30pm


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ID: 199 / [Single Presentation of ID 199]: 1
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90 minutes
Topics: Library and Information Science
Keywords: digital humanities, collaboration, disciplinarity, education, management

Infrastructures of Digital Humanities [SDGs 12, 17]

Chris A. Sula1, Kalani Craig2, Michelle Dalmau2, Alex Humphreys3, Eero Hyvönen4, Humphrey Keah5, Joseph Kiplang’at6, Thea Lindquist7, Nicholas Weber8

1Pratt Institute, USA; 2Indiana University Bloomington, USA; 3JSTOR Labs at ITHAKA, USA; 4University of Helsinki, Finland; 5Centre for Health Literacy and Quality, Kenya; 6Moi University, Eldoret Kenya; 7University of Colorado Boulder, USA; 8University of Washington, USA

This panel will convene participants from a range of roles and institutions to build on previous work in infrastructures of digital humanities: the organizational and structural aspects of the field responsible for collaboration, partnership, training and support, access, impact, preservation, sustainability, and more. Information professionals play a key role in these infrastructures, from technical expertise to project management to training and support for methods and tools. Panelists from faculty, centers and institutes, and academic and digital libraries will address issues of capacity building, disciplinarity, project management, and labor across various settings.



 
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