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History Librarians' Discussion Group - Role/s of Humanities Librarians in Digital Humanities

Please join the RUSA History Librarians Discussion Group for a discussion about the roles of humanities librarians in Digital Humanities. The group will be meeting at Midwinter in Philadelphia on Sunday, January 26 from 1 – 2:30 pm at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Room 103C.   

 

(1) Refreshments will be served (1-1:15 pm)

 

(2) Panel Title: Role/s of Humanities Librarians in Digital Humanities (1:15-2pm)

Moderator: Chella Vaidyanathan (cvaidyan at jhu.edu)

Speakers:

Sarah How (European Studies Librarian, Cornell University Library) – Europe in the World:  One Outreach and Engagement Project at Cornell University Library Europe in the World Project

Nick Okrent (History Librarian, University of Pennsylvania Libraries) – Teaching MALLET

Virginia Cole (History and Medieval Studies Librarian, Cornell University Library) – Embedded Undergrad Digital History & Extracurricular Graduate Workshops

(3)  Discussion/ Q &A (2-2:30 pm)