October 11 at 1:35pm join Bill Jones and Ben Rawlins (SUNY Geneseo) for their talk on: Navigating through the OER Desert with OASIS As a result of a collaboration between SUNY OER Services and SUNY Geneseo’s Milne Library, a tool called OASIS (Openly Available Sources Integrated Search) was developed in an effort to enhance the
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