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katep: April 2012 Archives
- "The Future of History." 4:00 p.m., 125 Nolte Center. (Co-sponsored by Institute for Advanced Study, Immigration History Research Center, Department of English, Department of Writing Studies, Department of History, and University Libraries.)
- "Supporting Digital Humanities." 10:00 a.m., Arthur Upson Room, 102 Walter Library. (Co-sponsored by University Libraries.)
Monday, April 30, 2012 • 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Cowles Auditorium, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
The "open" movement provides fertile ground for innovation and collaborations that advance research and enrich the learning environment. Through open-source tools and initiatives, students and faculty are reaping the benefits of free-flowing knowledge and data.
Dr. Jason Baird Jackson, folklore professor from Indiana University, will be joined by U Faculty and staff David Ernst, Lucy Fortson, and Doug Armato on a panel moderated by copyright librarian Nancy Sims.
Among the questions they will address are:
- What social dynamics or institutional cultural shifts lead to successful open research partnerships?
- In what ways are open textbooks a potential solution to the issues facing the traditional textbook publishing model?
- What predictions can you make about monographic publishing practices?
- What issues surround the concept of open data?
Below is the link to the description and online registration form: