Next Friday the 14th of July several of our team members will be attending the Victorian Digital Humanities Pathways Forum in Melbourne.
This is a free, day-length event that will bring together local and national research groups, platforms, tools and services working across the digital humanities, arts and social sciences (HASS).
It is an opportunity for those wanting to hear about and discuss the ways in which eResearch technologies have been applied to the humanities to accelerate research projects.
The Melbourne event is built around a theme of ‘communities,’ which the VicNode Cultures & Community Engagement officer Tyne Sumner has spent the past 12 months focusing upon, especially when it comes to storage and infrastructure support for Humanities researchers. The interactive, discussions-based program means that you can have your say on how the community can come together across a range of subjects including: training, expert support mechanisms, technology platforms, data or collections infrastructure.
The program will include the following topics and speakers:
Coffee & networking
Introduction and Keynote by Ross Wilkinson, ANDS Executive Director
Unlocking the Australian Archives
Cultures and Community 360 data sharing model – Sarah Nisbet, eRSA
Prosecutions Project – Professor Mark Finnane, Griffith University
Victoria Digital HASS – A discussion exploring digital HASS research in Victoria, highlighting institutional activities, indicative leading projects, and challenges.
Facilitator – Greg D’Arcy
Digital Humanities beyond the University – Cultural institutions in the Victorian GLAM sector speak about their collections and how they make them available to researchers.
Facilitator – Dr Lyle Winton, University of Melbourne
Panelists to be confirmed – Join the panel!
National HASS infrastructure – An opportunity to discover the latest in HASS infrastructure in Australia and how it is relevant to our current projects.
Data & Cloud and what’s next for Digital Humanities -An interactive session around cloud-based research and the upcoming developments and challenges facing Digital Humanities.
This Pathways forum is for anyone in Victoria working across the humanities, social sciences, arts and GLAM sectors. If you’re a researcher or supporting research in the humanities and social sciences in Victoria, this event is for you.
Register to secure your spot:
DATE AND TIME
Fri. 14 July 2017
9:00 am – 3:45 pm AEST
Level 12, Tower 2
727 Collins Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3008