EVENT: 2013 NFAIS Annual Humanities Roundtable

A meeting of the National Federation of Advanced Information Studies (NFAIS) Humanities Roundtable will take place in Chicago on September 30th. According to the organizers, this year’s event “offers a chance to learn from active leaders in the field about projects in the digital humanities, content enrichment and linked data, assessing usage and user behavior and much, much more.” Laurie N. Taylor (Digital Humanities Librarian, University of Florida), a member of the NFAIS Humanities Roundtable Committee, has shared further information about the event:

Committed speaker-participants include:

  • Dr. Christopher D. Cantwell, Assistant Director, Scholl Center for American History & Culture, Newberry Library
  • Harriet E. Green, English and Digital Humanities Librarian, University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign
  • Kate Lawrence, User Experience Researcher, EBSCO
  • Heather Buchta, Partner, Quarles & Brady
  • Jessica L. Franken, Partner, Quarles & Brady
  • Richard W. Young, Partner, Quarles & Brady
  • Korey Jackson, Editor, Anvil Academic
  • Tim Lloyd, Chief Operating Officer, Alexander Street Press
  • Mike Teets, Vice President, Innovation, OCLC
  • Kris Veldheer, CEO, New Vistas Educational Consulting

In-person attendance is limited to 50 people—virtual attendance options are also available.

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