iSchool well represented at Digital Humanities 2017

Several iSchool faculty, staff, and students will present their research at Digital Humanities 2017, the annual conference of the international Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations. The event will be held in Montreal, Canada, on August 8-11.

Presentations, posters, and panels will include:

"Building Worksets for Scholarship by Linking Complementary Corpora"
Presenters include Professor J. Stephen Downie and faculty affiliate Timothy Cole

"Building Capacity for Digital Scholarship & Publishing: Three Approaches from Mellon's 2014-2015 Scholarly Communications Initiative"
Presenters include faculty affiliate Harriett Green

"Creating a Policy Framework for Analytic Access to In-Copyright Works for Non-Consumptive Research"
Presenters include Professor J. Stephen Downie; Eleanor F. Dickson, visiting HTRC digital humanities specialist; and Daniel G. Tracy, information sciences and digital humanities librarian

"ARL Digital Scholarship Institute"
Presenters include Daniel G. Tracy, information sciences and digital humanities librarian

"Big-Data Oriented Text Analysis for the Humanities: Pedagogical Use of the HathiTrust+Bookworm Tool"
Presenters include Professor J. Stephen Downie and Postdoctoral Research Associate Peter Organisciak 

"Modeling Creativity: Tracking Long-term Lexical Change"
Presenters include Postdoctoral Research Associate Peter Organisciak 

"Informing Library-Based Digital Publishing: A Survey of Scholars' Needs in a Contemporary Publishing Environment"
Presenters include Senior Lecturer Maria Bonn, Research Scientist Megan Senseney, doctoral candidates LaTesha Velez and Katrina Fenlon, and faculty affiliate Harriett Green

"Collaborations in the Global Midwest: The Diffusion of DH Values in Research Collaborations in the Humanities Without Walls consortium"
Presenters include Senior Lecturer Maria Bonn, Research Scientist Megan Senseney, and faculty affiliate Harriett Green

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