Note: This two-day event takes place at a different location each day.
Cyberinfrastructure is the network of enabling technologies, digital content, expertise, equipment, software, training, and other resources that facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration. How can humanities scholars and practitioners at the University of Michigan adapt and adopt cyberinfrastructure – both organizational and technological - for their research? “Exploring Humanities Cyberinfrastructure” will showcase current research and scholarship and explore the opportunities for digitally-assisted humanities scholarship to flourish at Michigan. By bringing together a wide variety of existing and potential stakeholders in interdisciplinary research and learning in the humanities disciplines, the program will engage the Michigan community in a conversation about some of the key issues surrounding cyberinfrastructure (physical, human, and technological) for humanities research and scholarship.
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Tuesday, April 30
10am: Coffee reception for forum participants (Hatcher Library Gallery Space, Rm 100)
10:30am-12:30pm: Lightening Library Cyberinfrastructure (Hatcher Hatcher Gallery Space, Rm 100)
Libraries are emerging as collaboratories for interdisciplinary research and are important partners in fostering digitally-assisted humanities scholarship. These lightning talks will showcase examples of humanities cyberinfrastructure resources and case studies throughout MLibrary.
Convener, Elaine Westbrooks, Associate University Librarian for Research
- Sigrid Anderson Cordell, Librarian for History, English Literature, and American Culture
- Dan Fessahazion, Manager, Emerging Technologies Group, Digital Media Commons
- Kevin Hawkins, Head of Publishing Production, Digital Publishing
- Justin Joque, Spatial and Numeric Data Librarian
- Shana Kimball, Head, Publishing Services, Outreach & Strategic Development
- Eric Maslowski, Manager 3D Lab, Digital Media Commons
- John Weise, Head, Digital Library Production Service
- Rebecca Welzenbach, Text Creation Partnership Outreach Librarian
- Jeremy York, Associate Librarian, Library Information Technology
- Paul Conway, University of Michigan
- Julie Thompson Klein, Professor of Humanities in Department of English and Faculty Fellow for Interdisciplinary Development in Division of Research, Wayne State University
- Patrik Svensson, Umea University, Sweden
- Dean Rehberger, Director, MATRIX, Michigan State University
Co-sponsored by the School of Information, the Office of Research Cyberinfrastructure, MLibrary, and the Institute for the Humanities.