Digital Humanities in Australasia

 

A Digital Age

aaDH - Australasian Association for the Digital Humanities

The final keynote up is Paul Arthur and in his talk “Digital Knowledge in the Humanities and Social Sciences” he outlines the changes over the past two decades in: knowledge production, authoring, access to cultural heritage information, and the emergence of the digital humanities research community.   He signals clearly in the abstract that accessing digital material and using computing is increasingly embedded in research practices, and more broadly, by noting that “The mass digitisation of primary sources is allowing worldwide access to collections that would otherwise have been hidden and inaccessible, offering further opportunities for research and engagement.”  Arthur will reflect on the past five years of the Australasian Association for the Digital Humanities.

Prof Paul Arthur

Prof Paul Arthur

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conference Preparation

By 14 June

By 17 June

  • Powerpoints and Visual aids.  We are running a single strand of presentations and panels over the four days of the conference. Please keep to your allotted time. Chairs will be ensuring we keep strictly to schedule. For those using Powerpoints, Keynote or other presentation programs, we must have the files for your presentation.
  • Getting Your Files to Us.  For International Participants: Upload your visuals to your cloud storage account, and send an email allowing download to paul.turnbull – at – utas.edu.au

For Australian participants:

  1. Access Cloudstor via cloudstor.aarnet.edu.au/sender/
  2. Click ‘Logon’.
  3. Select Your University from the drop down menu.
  4. Log in with your staff /student ID and institutional password.
  5. Confirm the details. Once this is confirmed, you will not need to select Your University on subsequent visits to the site. You will just log in using your number and password.
  6. You will then be taken to the Upload screen.
  7. Enter the recipient email address: paul.turnbull – at – utas.edu.au

From 20 June – 23 June 2016

 

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