Two Digital Scholarship Show & Tell webinars coming soon
From: John Burger (jburgeraserl.org)
Date: Thu, 9 Aug 2018 08:02:07 -0700 (PDT)
ASERL Friends:

Our highly-acclaimed webinar series is gearing up again, with two "show & tell" 
webinars highlighting the work of ASERL libraries' digital scholarship efforts 
in the next few weeks:

WEBINAR:  Digital Scholarship Show & Tell #2:   Vanderbilt Univ Libraries 
"Sampler" 
DATE / Time:  August 21, 2018  |  2pm ET / 1pm Central Time
REGISTER:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3953653990299227139  


WEBINAR:  Digital Scholarship Show & Tell #3:  University of Florida "Sampler" 
DATE / TIME:  September 5, 2018  |  2pm ET / 1pm Central Time 
REGISTER:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4726908629645911809 

VANDERBILT Session Description
Digital Scholarship at Vanderbilt is broadly defined and library support is 
project-oriented. This webinar will offer three examples of digital scholarship 
projects at Vanderbilt and the libraries role in supporting those projects, as 
well as scholarly communications services in support of digital scholarship. 

Digital Scholarship for Comparative Media Analysis and Practice: Madeleine 
Casad, Senior Lecturer, Cinema and Media Arts, Associate Director, Vanderbilt 
Center for Digital Humanities. Vanderbilt University recently established a new 
joint-PhD program in Comparative Media Analysis and Practice (CMAP). Madeleine 
will speak about Library collaboration in CMAP’s intensive summer programs, 
where students gain most of their digital scholarship skills. 

Hannah Arendt: Complete Works. Critical Edition. Digital and print. Ramona 
Romero, Librarian for Anthropology, Philosophy, and Classical and Mediterranean 
Studies. Ramona will discuss the digital component of this hybrid edition, 
which will include diplomatic transcriptions of Hannah Arendt’s published and 
unpublished works in TEI-XML. 

Tiny Data Working Group: Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati, CLIR Postdoc Fellow. Tiny 
Data is data for the qualitative analyses which characterize humanistic 
inquiry, the documentation of personal interactions with the observable world. 
The group meets once a week during the semester to investigate software and 
other digital tools as well as discuss theoretical implications of approaching 
data from a Tiny Data perspective. 

Scholarly Communication as support for Digital Scholarship: Elisabeth Shook, 
Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian. Elisabeth explores concerns 
associated with the long term storage, preservation, and access to digital 
projects. She will discuss strategies to reach out to practitioners to 
encourage and educate them to think beyond the finished project to how it will 
be shared and preserved. 

REGISTRANT LIST to date for Vanderbilt session:
1. Clemson University: Brenda   Burk
2. College of William & Mary: Sara      Belmont
3. College of William & Mary: Georgie   Donovan
4. Duke University: Emily       Daly
5. East Carolina: William       Thomas
6. Emory University:  Jennifer  Doty
7. Emory University:  Anne      McLean
8. Florida International University:  Zhaohui   Fu
9. Florida International University:  Jamie     Rogers
10. Florida State University:  Devin    Soper
11. George Mason University:  Michael   Hunter
12. Georgia State University:  Laura    Burtle
13. Georgia State University:  Jeff     Steely
14. James Madison University:  Kevin    Hegg
15. Johns Hopkins University:  Robin    Sinn
16. Mississippi State University:  Claudia      Holland
17. Tulane University:  Jane    Pinzino
18. Tulane University:  Jeff    Rubin
19. Tulane University:  Kevin   Williams
20. UNC Charlotte:  Somaly      Kim Wu
21. UNC Charlotte:  Michael     Winecoff
22. UNC Greensboro:  Tim        Bucknall
23. University of Kentucky:  Adrian     Ho
24. University of Kentucky:  Jennifer   Hootman
25. University of Louisville:  Rachel   Howard
26. University of Louisville:  Bruce    Keisling
27. University of Memphis:  Bess        Robinson
28. University of Miami:  Paige Morgan
29. University of Mississippi:  cecilia botero
30. University of Mississippi:  Gail    Herrera
31. University of Mississippi:  Christina       Torbert
32. University of South Carolina:  KATE BOYD
33. University of South Carolina:  Amie Freeman
34. University of South Florida:  Melanie       Griffin
35. University of Tennessee, Knoxville:  Meredith       Hale
36. University of Virginia:  Suzanne    Bombard
37. University of Virginia:  Chip       German
38. UT Rio Grande Valley:  Justin       White
39. Vanderbilt University:  Clifford    Anderson
40. Virginia Commonwealth University:  Jimmy    Ghaphery
41. Virginia Commonwealth University:  Erin     White
42. Wake Forest University:  Molly      Keener

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Session Description
Speakers will include Crystal Felima, PhD, the CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in 
Caribbean Studies Data Curation at UF. Her interests include pedagogy, 
narrative research, public anthropology, and Africana Studies. Crystal serves 
as a team member of the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) to facilitate 
campus-wide data curation activities and forge new collaborations to extend 
capacity. She also consults with researchers and scholars on emerging trends 
and best practices in digital humanities, data curation, and e-scholarship in 
Caribbean Studies. Website: crystalfelima.com 

Hélène Huet, PhD, is the European Studies Librarian at UF. She holds a Ph.D in 
French and Francophone Studies from the Pennsylvania State University. At UF, 
Hélène oversees many international collections and collaborates on a variety of 
projects from creating exhibits to organizing conferences. She also helps 
facilitate undergraduate and graduate students’ research through library 
instruction sessions and workshops. As a digital humanist and the Vice-Chair of 
the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium (FLDH), a collective of institutions 
in Florida that seeks to promote an understanding of the humanities in light of 
digital technologies and research, she is particularly interested in studying 
how digital tools can help facilitate students and faculty’s research. 

Plato Smith, PhD, is the Data Management Librarian at UF with experience in 
academic research libraries, digital libraries, and data management. He assists 
in the development of socio-technical (people, policies, technologies, 
communities) relationships with diverse stakeholders, leads the Data Management 
and Curation Working Group, is a member of UF’s Academic Research Consulting & 
Services (ARCS), and conducts data management instruction and training 
workshops to develop a culture of data management. 

Laurie N. Taylor, PhD, is UF’s Digital Scholarship Librarian, the dLOC Digital 
Scholarship Director, and Editor-in-Chief of the LibraryPress@UF. Website: 
http://www.laurientaylor.org
REGISTER for UF session:  REGISTER:  
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We hope these prove to be of interest.  Please let me know any questions or if 
you encounter difficulties with our e-meeting system.  Thanks!

--jeb

John Burger, Executive Director
Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) c/o Robert W. Woodruff 
Library
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