Hosted by the University at Albany, University Libraries and Binghamton University Libraries, Digital Scholarship: Opportunities and Challenges is a one-day conference that will bring together scholars interested in exploring all aspects of digital scholarship. The conference will showcase new and important digital research projects, explore the potential of new and emerging trends in digital scholarship and investigate the technology, infrastructure, and support needed for effective scholarship. The conference will be held on Friday, October 11 at the University of Albany.
Robert K. Nelson, University of Richmond, will deliver the keynote talk, “Digital Humanities, Digital Scholarship, and Civic Engagement.” Panels and breakout sessions on a range of topics, including “Key Issues involved in creating and disseminating digital scholarship,” “Unlearning Mastery in Digital Scholarship: Labor, Failure, and the Art of Troubleshooting,” and “Digital Scholarship Pedagogy” will follow throughout the day.
Registration ($40, free for students) is now open.
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