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Tuesday, June 10 • 8:00am - 9:30am
Digital Humanities: What Does It Really Mean for Libraries and Cultural Institutions?

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What is the impact of technology on research in the humanities? Scholars in the field of digital humanities face many challenges and opportunities in creating knowledge. How does their quest in terms of studying data patterns impact libraries and cultural institutions? Our panelists will discuss their definitions of digital humanities and the impact on libraries with a specific emphasis on collaborative digitization projects.

Program Take-Aways

  1. Participants will learn more about the pragmatic aspects of digital humanities programs.

  2. Participants will gain a new understanding of knowledge creation.

  3. Participants will hear diverse explanations of the term digital humanities and learn about collaborative digitization projects.


Laurie Allen

Coordinator for Digital Scholarship & Services, Haverford College

Amy Buckland

eScholarship, ePublishing & Digitization Coordinator, McGill University

Trish Rosseel

Head, Koerner Library, University of British Columbia

Tuesday June 10, 2014 8:00am - 9:30am
Convention Centre West, Room 202 & 203

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