Digital Humanities Satellite Meeting August 2017
15 – 17 August 2017
Hosted by BBAW, DARIAH-EU, DINI, IFLA, LIBER and the Library of the Humboldt University Berlin
Presentations are available below and here is a brief report of the conference.
Due to the digital transformation the importance of digital scholarship is growing up rapidly for libraries and cultural heritage institutions like archives and museums worldwide. These institutions offer and share their collections with digital scholars or researchers, who need the mostly digitized materials for their work.
From this background research projects concerning the humanities or cultural studies focus more and more archives, libraries and museums. At the same time the availability of services is expected, which support the researchers projects beyond the delivery of digitized pictures and texts. Infrastructures and tools are needed for operating and processing the materials, which research is working on.
The conference was hosted by the IFLA Academic and Research Libraries standing committee, the European library association LIBER, the European research infrastructure DARIAH, the German Initiative of Network Information (DINI), the BBAW and the library of the HU.
- Opening keynote: Toma Tasovac - Libraries in the age of digital infrastructures (and other catastrophes)
- Keynote: Emmanuelle Bermes - Text, data and link-mining in digital libraries. Looking for heritage gold
- Delphine Vernozy, Paule Desmouliere and Krystelle Denis - Memoires d'Apollinaire
- Raymond Pun - Building 9066 archive into Wikipedia: a case study of digital scholarship, history and activism at Fresno State
- Sumitra Duncan - Web archiving at the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC): collaboration to preserve specialist born-digital art resources
- Michele Casalini - BIBFRAME and linked data practices for the stewardship of research knowledge
- Artur Rozestraten, Vania Mara Alves Lima and Cibele De Araujo C Marques Dos Santos - ARQUIGRAFIA: digital images in the collaborative environment on the web
- Laurent Romary - Access to cultural heritage data: a challenge for digital humanities
- Lotte Wilms, Michiel Cock and Ben Companjen - Digital humanities clinics: leading Dutch librarians into DH
- Edgardo Civallero - The archive of the community's voices. Libraries and oral tradition in the digital era
- Ruth Wallach - Learning opportunities for librarians: embarking on a digital humanities project
- Sally Chambers - Towards a DARIAH-EU "Libraries" Working Group
- Lotte Wilms and Andreas Degkwitz - LIBER Digital Humanities Working Group
- Jarmo Saarti and Satu Soivanen - The Karjala database - challenges and solutions for digitizing heterogeneous, old genealogical documents for the internet user
- Michael Gasser - Direct access, user participation, new services - some of ETH Library's steps beyond digitisation
- Matthias Reinert and Dirk Scholz - "Deutsche Biographie" as Historical Biographical Information System
For questions please contact: Prof. Dr. Andreas Degkwitz (Humboldt University of Berlin): firstname.lastname@example.org
Last update: 25 May 2018