San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
You're invited to attend our Digital Humanities Pathways Forum which will demonstrate the local and national eResearch tools and services available to researchers working across the humanities and social sciences. It is an opportunity to find out how eResearch technologies have been applied to the humanities to accelerate research projects.
The aim of this workshop is to encourage a discussion around the current digital collaboration trends, demonstrate the value of digital research and explore future possibilities for the Digital Humanities space in South Australia.
9.35am: Unlocking the Australian Archives
- Prosecutions Project - Professor Mark Finnane, Griffith University
- Cultures and Community 360 data sharing model – Sarah Nisbet, eRSA
10.30am: SHOWCASE - What's happening in DH locally and nationally and how is DH research evolving.
- Professor Simon Biggs, Director, South Australian School of Art, University of South Australia
- Dr Tully Barnett, Research Fellow Creative Arts, Flinders University
- Jenny Fewster, AusStage Project Manager, AusStage
- Associate Professor Mitchell Whitelaw (Via Skype), Design, Australian National University
12.30pm: Virtual Labs
- Alveo - Associate Professor Steve Cassidy, Macquarie University
- HuNI - Professor Deb Verhoeven, Deakin University
1.30pm: Digital Humanities beyond the University - Cultural institutions in the GLAM sector talk about their collections and how they make them available to researchers.
- Dr Kristy Kokegei, Manager Digital Engagement, History SA
- Alexis Tindall, ALA
- Simon Froude, Director, State Records
2.30pm: What’s next for Digital Humanities infrastructure- Interactive discussion around Digital Humanities and it's future
- Kheeran Dharmawardena, Science Clouds Project Coordinator, Nectar
This Pathways forum is for any one in South Australia working across the humanities, social sciences and GLAM sectors. If you’re a researcher or supporting research in the humanities and social sciences in South Australia this event is for you. Register today to secure your spot!
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eRSA's mission is to enable discovery, innovation and collaboration by providing eResearch facilities, services, training and expertise.
eRSA was established in 2007 to coordinate the implementation of national and state eResearch strategies in South Australia.