CFP: DigiCAM25

The School of Advanced Study at the University of London seeks proposals for Born-Digital Collections, Archives and Memory, to be held April 2-4, 2025. From the call: Digital research in the arts and humanities has traditionally focused on digitised objects and archives. However, born-digital cultural materials that originate and circulate across a range of formats ...

EVENT: Who Owns Black Data

The Black Beyond Data Ecosystem at Johns Hopkins University and Morgan State University invites you to attend Who Owns Black Data: Slavery & Data hosted on March 29, 2024 in Baltimore, MD. This historic convening will gather a distinguished group of scholars, librarians, activists and archivists to discuss, elucidate, and provide public answers to the ...

EVENT: Supporting Text Analysis and Language Models in the Library

Constellate and the ACRL Digital Scholarship Section (DSS) Professional Development Committee, in collaboration with the DSS Numeric and Geospatial Data Services Discussion Group, the DSS Digital Humanities Discussion Group, and the DSS Digital Scholarship Center Discussion Group are pleased to host “Supporting Text Analysis and Language Models in the Library,” a 3-part virtual workshop series ...

JOB: Data Literacies Lead (Stony Brook University)

From the announcement: Responsibilities & Requirements: We’re looking for a creative, forward-thinking, and enthusiastic person with a strong background in data analytics or related skills to join our dedicated team of Academic Engagement library faculty.  Reporting to the Head of Academic Engagement, the Data Literacies Lead is responsible for building a robust data literacies program ...

JOB: Data Librarian (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)

From the announcement: UNLV University Libraries seeks nominations and applications for an innovative and collaborative tenure-track/tenured faculty member to serve as the Data Librarian.  Reporting to the Head, Scholarly Communication and Data Services (SCADS), the Data Librarian will develop and extend the library’s role in providing expertise on data management methods and standards, open science/research, ...

RECOMMENDED: Preserving Geospatial Data: DPC Technology Watch Report

The Digital Preservation Coalition has made freely-available online Preserving Geospatial Data, written by Meagan A. Snow, Geospatial Data Visualization Librarian at the Geography & Map Division of the Library of Congress: This report is designed as a resource for use by librarians, archivists, and digital preservation specialists who may be new to the realm of ...

CFP: Digital Humanities: Labor, Political Economy and Activism in the Age of Digital Mediation

The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (JITP) invites submissions for a special issue on, “Digital Humanities: Labor, Political Economy and Activism in the Age of Digital Mediation.”  From the call: We are all digital humanists now: we are all interpellated as users of platforms, workers in the marketized university, subjects to a changing political ...

CFP: Humanities in the Age of AI: Celebrating a Decade of Innovation

This year, the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium (FLDH) is celebrating its ten year anniversary, and hosting its annual event on 20 September 2024, at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida, entitled, “Humanities in the Age of AI: Celebrating a Decade of Innovation.” From the call: This conference will focus on exploring the intricate ...

CFP: TEI 2024: Texts, Languages, and Communities

The annual Text Encoding Initiative conference, TEI 2024, is set for 7–11 October 2024 in-person at Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the organizers invite submissions for papers, posters, panels, demos, and workshops. This event, marking the Text Encoding Initiative’s twenty-fourth conference, is themed around, “Texts, Languages, and Communities,” which encourages contributions that ...

EVENT: AI UK Fringe 2024, Alan Turing Institute

Throughout the month of March, the Alan Turing Institute is hosting AI UK Fringe 2024, a series of in-person and online events including talks and workshops exploring artificial intelligence. Topics relate directly to our work in library and information science, digital humanities, and data pedagogy. Here is a sample of events likely of interest to ...

JOB: Digital Scholarship Specialist (University of Michigan)

From the announcement: Summary The Digital Scholarship Specialist partners with students, faculty, staff, and librarians to enhance learning, teaching, and scholarship through technologies and knowledge of emerging digital research methods across departments. You will join a network of functional and subject experts, contributing to the evolution of digital scholarship and consultation services at the University ...