Leading figures from digital humanities, digital libraries, and funding agencies met following the Digital Humanities 2011 Conference, to discuss challenges in ensuring the ongoing accessibility and usefulness of digital scholarship throughout periods of technological and institutional change. Through a combination of short presentations, breakout sessions, and discussion, the group reflected collectively on our experiences facing data curation problems and undertaking strategic planning on data curation issues.
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Paul Brest East Room, Munger Conference Center, Stanford University
Coordinated by Allen Renear & Trevor Muñoz (DCEP-H Project, University of Illinois) and Katherine L. Walter & Julia Flanders (CenterNet)
The Twitter hashtag for this event will be #cur8DH