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CFP: Digital Frontiers 2013 (Sept 19-21, U of North Texas)

Call for Proposals: Digital Frontiers 2013

September 19-21, 2013

University of North Texas, Denton, TX


The University of North Texas Digital Scholarship Co-Operative and UNT Libraries invite proposals for Digital Frontiers 2013, a conference that brings together the users and builders of digital resources for research and education.


Digital libraries provide unprecedented access to materials, and this has dramatically expanded the…


Added by Spencer D. C. Keralis on January 9, 2013 at 10:59am — No Comments

The Denton Declaration: An Open Data Manifesto

We are thrilled to announce the publication of "The Denton Declaration: An Open Data Manifesto."


The Declaration was developed in the wake of UNT's 3rd Annual Open Access Symposium by a national panel of leaders in research data management. The Declaration emphatically states a vision for openness in research data that bridges the converging interests of diverse stakeholders and promotes collaboration, transparency,…


Added by Spencer D. C. Keralis on October 18, 2012 at 10:55am — No Comments

OA Week 2012 @ UNT

For the first time, the University of North Texas is participating in International Open Access Week, and the Digital Scholarship Co-Operative and Libraries are taking the lead!  DiSCo and the Libraries are teaming up with the College of Information and the Honors College, and UNT's Research and Visualization Environment (RAVE), to offer educational programming about the importance of OA @ UNT. There are four major events planned - a faculty panel, a student…


Added by Spencer D. C. Keralis on October 18, 2012 at 10:43am — No Comments

CFP for Roundtable on Data Management for Humanities Research at MLA 2013

MLA Call for Papers: Issues in Data Management for Humanities Research

 In 2006 the American Council for Learned Societies released a report titled Our Cultural Commonwealth summarizing the promises and challenges of “big data” within the humanities and social sciences. The radical growth of computing,…


Added by Spencer D. C. Keralis on March 7, 2012 at 4:45pm — No Comments

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