EVENT: Open Humanities Data Forum

As part of the Research Data Alliance (RDA) 17th Plenary Meeting, there will be free virtual event about humanities data. Scheduled for April 23 from 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm UCT, the Open Humanities Data Forum will focus on the Journal of Open Humanities Data, with an emphasis on linguistics data. From the announcement: What counts ...

EVENT: OCLC Research Discussion Series: Next Generation of Metadata

The third and final part of OCLC Research Discussion Series, the Closing Plenary webinar, will take place on Tuesday, April 13, and will bring together and highlight what was discussed in the previous sessions. The series focused around two reports: “Transitioning to the Next Generation of Metadata”, by Karen Smith-Yoshimura, which “brought together six years ...

EVENT: Digital Humanities Librarianship Online Symposium

The co-conveners of the ACRL Digital Scholarship Section Digital Humanities Discussion Group (DSS DHDG) invite you to attend an online symposium on digital humanities librarianship, to be held on Monday, 29 March 2021 at 12noon EST / 5pm UTC. Presentations: Laura Braunstein (Digital Humanities Librarian and Co-Lead, Digital by Dartmouth Library, Dartmouth College), “Stealth Outreach: ...

EVENT: EH/DH: Energy Humanities and the Digital Turn

The University of Toronto’s Digital Humanities Network will be concluding their 2020-2021 Lightning Lunch Series with a final session focusing on “Energy Humanities and the Digital Turn,” to take place virtually on March 30th at 12p-1p EST. Speakers include Anne Pasek (Trent University), Caleb Wellum (University of Waterloo), and Lisa Parks (University of California at ...

EVENT: Hitting the Service Ceiling: The Prohibitive Cost of Professional Development in Academic Librarianship

On 9 April, the Librarians for Equitable Professional Development (LEPD) will be hosting “a free panel discussion that centers the experiences of academic librarians as we try to navigate professional development and service amidst economic uncertainty.” From the announcement: Join us to learn about the unacknowledged economic disparities related to professional development & service for ...

EVENT: Introduction to the Scholarly Communication Notebook

The ACRL Digital Scholarship Section (DSS) Open Research Discussion Group will be hosting a virtual discussion forum on Monday, 29 March 2021 at 3:00-4:00pm Central Time. Josh Bolick (University of Kansas), Will Cross (North Carolina State University), and Maria Bonn (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) will present, ” Introduction to the Scholarly Communication Notebook.” As open ...

EVENT: Lightning Talk Series on Digital Collections in Teaching and Research

The ACRL Digital Scholarship Section Digital Collections Discussion Group is hosting a Lightning Talk Series focused on Digital Collections in Teaching and Research. There will be three sets of talks, all scheduled for 11am PT / 1pm CT / 2 pm ET. #1: Collaborating on Digital Collections in Teaching and Research. Friday, March 26 (registration ...

EVENT: Global Digital Humanities Symposium

Registration is now open for the sixth annual Global Digital Humanities Symposium, hosted by Digital Humanities at Michigan State University. Happening April 12-15, this free virtual symposium features a broad range of topics and speakers, including: The Programming Historian: A Global Case Study in Multilingual Open Access and DH Tutelage/Instruction Convergences of Past and Present ...

EVENT: Digital Humanities Workshop: Advanced Tools for DH

The University of Illinois Chicago’s Digital Humanities Initiative is hosting a virtual workshop on February 17, “Digital Humanities Workshop: Advanced Tools for DH.” A series of presenters will “present and illustrate how Python and machine learning can be used for digital humanities projects.” The half day workshop is free and open to the public, but ...

EVENT: PIDapalooza 2021

PIDapalooza is an annual festival and collaboration between the California Digital Library, Crossref, DataCite, NISO and ORCID, to celebrate a shared love of persistent identifiers (PIDs) and the metadata that connects them. “An excuse to get together with other like-minded PID-fans across the world and party like only PID-lovers can. Usually taking place in January ...

EVENT: Medical Heritage Library 10th Anniversary Conference

The Medical Heritage Library is pleased to announce its 10th Anniversary Virtual Conference, to be held this Friday, November 13th from 11 – 5 EDT.  The conference features a broad range of presentations of interest to the digital humanities community, and is entirely free to attend. Presentations will be made via Zoom. Registration for the ...