RECOMMENDED: Good Systems Humanist-in-the-Loop: Responsible Data Operations and Workforce Development in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

Tanya Clement (U Texas), Andi Gustavson (U Texas), Allyssa Guzman (U Texas), Nathan Alexander Moore (CU Boulder), and Lauren Walker (U Texas) have published a white paper entitled “Good Systems Humanist-in-the-Loop: Responsible Data Operations and Workforce Development in Libraries, Archives, and Museums” on the University of Texas at Austin’s Texas Scholar Works repository. This paper ...

RESOURCE: Antiracism Toolkit for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color

Toolkits for Equity has released their latest toolkit, Antiracism Toolkit for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. Hosted on PubPub in collaboration with Coalition for Diversity & Inclusion in Scholarly Communications (C4DISC), the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP), and the Knowledge Futures Group, this toolkit is aimed towards BIPOC as a resource to navigate the scholarly ...

EVENT: Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Conference

Registration for Bucknell University’s Digital Scholarship Conference (#BUDSC22) is now open. This year’s conference, held virtually on October 18-20, is titled “Converging Paths: Digital Scholarship, Social Justice, and Intersecting Communities,” and will focus on the question, “What are the paths through which digital scholarship intersects with communities and social justice?” General registration is $50, and ...

EVENT: Humanities and the Web: Introduction to Web Archive Data Analysis

The Internet Archive is hosting a full-day workshop, Humanities and the Web: Introduction to Web Archive Data Analysis, on November 14, 2022 at the Los Angeles Central Library. Everyday, significant cultural production occurs globally across the web (e.g., e-poetry, electronic literature, news, social media, and more). As a publication medium that is both a primary source ...

EVENT: Text as Data 2022 (TADA 2022)

Registration for the Text as Data 2022 conference is now live. This conference is hybrid, with in-person and online registration options, and will be held at Cornell Tech on October 6-7. The deadline for early registration is September 20, 2022. From the registration site: The New Directions in Analyzing Text as Data (TADA) meeting is a leading ...

CFP: Digital Humanities 2023

The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations has posted a call for papers for Digital Humanities 2023: “Collaboration as Opportunity.” The annual conference will be held in person on July 10-14, 2023, at the University of Graz, Austria. The call asks for papers that explor[e] state of the art in DH and related disciplines, reconnecting with ...

CFP: WOC+Lib

WOC+Lib has released an open call for content on their Twitter account. WOC+Lib “works to provide a digital platform for women of color (WOC) within librarianship,” and their submission guidelines can be found here. The open call for content lists possible topics, including: WOC/POC in librarianship Diversity residencies Archives + diversity Current events + librarianship ...

CFP: Pocket Burgundies

The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) has released a call for proposals for its “Pocket Burgundy” series of books. Proposals that are selected come with a $2500 stipend. Traditionally, CLIR’s reports have been in the areas of preservation, digital libraries, emerging technologies, economics of information, international developments, trends in information use, and the ...

CFP: Virtual Professional Development Program (ACRL DSS)

The ACRL Digital Scholarship Section’s (DSS) Professional Development Committee (PDC), in collaboration with the DSS Outreach Committee and the DSS Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, seeks proposals for its fall 2022 DSS virtual professional development series. Proposals are accepted with rolling deadlines: September 19, October 17, and November 14. From the submission form: This series ...

JOB: Digital Scholarship Librarian (Western Carolina University)

From the announcement: The Digital Scholarship Librarian will be responsible for sustaining and growing digitized and born-digital collections and for supporting the library’s shifting focus on digital scholarship, technology-focused learning tools, and spaces. A major focus of this position will be supporting the Southern Appalachian Digital Collections Partnership. Founded by Western Carolina University and the University of ...

JOB: Digital Humanities Cohort Hire (Brown University, 2 positions)

From the announcements for Digital Humanities Librarian and Digital Humanities Specialist: The Brown University Library seeks to hire a collaborative, innovative, and creative individual to work as our Digital Humanities Librarian and Digital Humanities Specialist. Working as part of a talented, collaborative team, the person in this position serves a central role in critically thinking ...