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Acton, ACT 2601

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You're invited to attend our Canberra Digital Humanities Pathways Forum.

The DH Pathways Forum will have humanities, arts and social science (HASS) researchers and the cultural collecting sector (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) professionals speaking about the links between research, data, and national infrastructure.

The Forum is an opportunity for scholars and collecting professionals to find out about contemporary data and technology intensive research and collection practices.

The aim of the Forum is to enable an exchange of ideas and discussion around current research, data management practices and infrastructure, and explore future possibilities of interoperable national research infrastructure in service of humanities, arts and social science. The theme for the Canberra event is two-fold: data centric (data arising from research, public administration or cultural production, and data curation practices that impacting scholarship) and infrastructure (where data is stored and how data is made accessible and used).


The program includes the following topics and speakers:

9:30am: Coffee & Networking

10am: Welcome

Confirmed speakers:
  • Dr Tim Sherratt, University of Canberra
  • Dr Steven McEachern, Australian Data Archive, ANU
  • Roxanne Missingham, University Librarian, ANU
  • A/Prof Katherine Bode, ANU
  • Dr Julia Miller, PARADISEC, ANU
  • Sarah Nisbet, eRSA
  • Peter Elford, AARNet


The schedule is currently being finalised, so stay tuned for more details!

This Pathways forum is for academics, students, data managers, librarians, archivists, and curators working in support of research in the humanities, social sciences and arts.

Register today to secure your spot!

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Please register to attend below. Please forward this invite to any colleagues or students that you think may benefit.

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Australia

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