Content tagged Digital Humanities
Ordered by publication date from most to less recent.
(These results include any available translations of the original English documents.)
- SIG Library History session at IFLA 2017 Wroclaw: Libraries in Times of Crisis
With many thanks to the Editor of the IFLA Journal Steve Witt (and former convenor of this SIG) the March 2019 IFLA Journal is a Special Issue on Libraries in Times of Crisis containing some of...
News - 11 March 2019
- Call for papers WLIC 2019 - The IFLA Audiovisual and Multimedia Section, joined by the IFLA Preservation and Conservation Section and the Strategic Programme on Preservation and Conservation (PAC)
The IFLA Audiovisual and Multimedia Section, joined by the IFLA Preservation and Conservation Section and the Strategic Programme on Preservation and Conservation (PAC), invite interested...
News - 7 January 2019
Tags: Access to information, Access to knowledge, accessibility, Archives, Audiovisual and multimedia, Best practice, Collection development, Collections, Conservation, Cultural heritage, Data management, Digital Humanities, Digital libraries, Digital preservation, Digital resources, Electronic resources, Information technology, Open Source, Preservation, Profession, Resource discovery, Risk assessment, Society, Usability
- European copyright reform: resources
The first major reform of Europe's copyright system in almost 20 years aims to update the law for the digital age. In addition to affecting libraries and library users across Europe, it will...
Publication - 20 December 2018
Tags: Access to information, Advocacy, Copyright, Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Libraries & Archives, Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Libraries & Archives, Digital Humanities, Digital preservation, Digitisation, E-Learning, eBooks, eLending, eLending for Libraries, Europe, licensing, CLM (Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters), Publications
- 2018 World Day for Audiovisual Heritage
The 2018 World Day for Audiovisual Heritage will take place on October 27, and has the theme “Your Story is Moving”. Here is what UNESCO says about the theme...
News - 2 October 2018
Tags: Access to knowledge, Archives, Associations, Cultural heritage, Digital Humanities, Digital libraries, Digital preservation, Digital repositories, Digital resources, Education, Open Access, Preservation, Resource discovery, Society