TILTS: A Googolplex of Books: Changing Libraries and Archives
Sat, March 12, 2011 • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM • UTC 4.124
TILTS 2011, The Digital and the Human(ities), Symposium Two: Digital Humanities, Teaching and Learning
Session 1: A Googolplex of Books: Changing Libraries and Archives
Chair: Lindsey Schell
Speakers: Julia Flanders, "What's in the Black Box? Technology and Intellectual Responsibility in the Humanities"; Howard Besser, "Large datasets of visual daily culture: Why they're important; who's studying them; and the challenges for scholars, scholarship, pedagogy, and stewards"; Maria Esteva, "Inferences and Archives Description: A Look at the Results of Automated Methods to Describe Electronic Records"; Loriene Roy, "For Those Working in Libraries: Respect for Traditional Cultural Expressions within the Ethos of Equity of Access"
Comment: Abby Smith Rumsey