October 11 at 1:15pm join Joanne Paterson (WesternU Libraries) who will present: Integrating Digital humanities into the web of scholarship with SHARE:: An exploration of requirements The Share project team surveyed DH practitioners to understand their needs with regards to the discovery and access and ultimately the preservation of multi-faceted, multimodal DH projects. How can
October 11th at 11am join us for Lightning Talks. Standard ebooks – Jonathan Kift (Vancouver Public Library) Working in DS and DH: the good, the bad & the ugly – Autumn Mayes (Western University) Breaking the four(th) walls: examining access and community engagement with UD/UX methods – Eliana Dimopoulos (University of Washington), Lilian Curanzy (University
October 11th at 10:10am, Adam Doan and Kimberley Martin (University of Guelph) will talk about the Programming Historian meet-up group. Programming Historian IRL This talk presents the successes, challenges, lessons learned and future directions of the Programming Historian meet-up group run in the Library at the University of Guelph. View Conference Program Register Today!
October 11th at 9:50am, Tim Ribaric (Brock University) will be providing a session on RA 21. RA 21: What are you doing to protect your patrons? RA 21 promises to bring a new paradigm of electronic access to Libraries. It will be the natural successor of EZProxy and IP based Authentication. While this initiative seeks
October 11th at 9:30am Ali Sadaqain and Leigh Jackson (York University) will present LIBSTAR. Library Teaching Assessment through LIBSTAR LIBSTAR is an in-house open source application, in development at York University Libraries. It aims to bring consistency in approaches to collecting, logging and reporting teaching statistics across the libraries. LIBSTAR also gathers detailed data to