GC Digital Initiatives is a sponsor of the DH Summer Institute in Victoria,
BC — http://dhsi.org/ — and as such we are given some free registration
codes. We have one remaining; if you are thinking about going and could use
the spot, please get in touch and I will help on a first-come, first-served
Matthew K.…[Read more]
Matthew K. Gold started the topic Fwd: [DHSI] Graduate Student Summer Internship at CMU (Pittsburgh, PA) in the forum Digital Humanities Initiative via email 1 day, 13 hours ago
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Subject: [DHSI] Graduate Student Summer Internship at CMU (Pittsburgh, PA)
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Carnegie Mellon University’s digital scholarship center, dSHARP, is
offering an *eight week summer…[Read more]
Matthew K. Gold started the topic CFP: After 2016: The Crisis in Digital Democracy (Edited collection; proposals due 1/25/18) in the forum Digital Humanities Initiative via email 2 days, 11 hours ago
Call for proposals
We are seeking chapter proposals for an edited collection that brings
together original research, analysis, essays, and descriptive case studies,
using the events of 2016 and after—most notably, but not limited to,
Brexit, the U.S. elections, email h…[Read more]
OCLC is offering a free webinar tomorrow as part of its recent efforts to engage more librarians with Wikipedia. The full announcement is below!
You’re invited to join us for this free #WJwebinar! Please spread the word!
Citations Needed: Build Your Wikipedia Skills While building the World’s Enc…[Read more]
Megan Wacha started the topic You are invited to attend Wikipedia Day 2018 on Sunday, January 14th at the Ace Hotel in midtown Manhattan! Part of Wikipedia's global 17th birthday celebration, Wikipedia Day will include a mini-conference of scheduled panels as well as unconference style talks and discussions proposed by attendees on the day of the event. We are very excited to announce speakers such as Jason Scott (Internet Archive), Jackie Koerner (Visiting Scholar, Wiki Ed), and Andrew Lih (Wikimedia DC), as well as a fantastic line-up of panels that highlight projects and issues of relevance to the Wikimedia NYC community. This event is free of cost and open to all. We encourage you to invite anyone who might be interested in discussing Wikipedia and Wikimedia projects, but all attendees must agree to follow our friendly space policies: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Friendly_space_policies To register, please sign-up at http://www.acehotel.com/calendar/newyork/wikipedia-day-2018. See this year's schedule and sign your wiki account name on the wiki event page at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Meetup/NYC/Wikipedia_Day_2018. We especially encourage folks to add your 5-minute lightning talks to our roster, and otherwise join in the open space experience. We look forward to seeing you soon! Megs --- President, Wikimedia New York City in the forums: Digital Humanities Initiative, CUNY Edits.
You are invited to attend Wikipedia Day 2018 on Sunday, January 14th at the Ace Hotel in midtown Manhattan!
Part of Wikipedia’s global 17th birthday celebration, Wikipedia Day will include a mini-conference of scheduled panels as well as unconference style talks and discussions proposed by attendees on the day of the event. We are very excited to…[Read more]
Due to a planned IT maintenance day, many library services will not be available for most of Sunday, January 7, 2018. Affected library services are:
It’s interesting that Wiley and Downes spent a month discussing the cost of content, without really getting into the price of the delivery of content. The repeal of Net Neutrality could have OER implications if a big publisher is bought by an ISP. OER content could be fairly easily throttled for users at home (ignoring, as it often is, that…[Read more]
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