11 Sep 2018
A case study exploring the description and presentation of Japanese classical texts in a TEI / IIIF ecosystem
Below are the slides and text of a short paper co-presented with Tomoko Bialock, Hiroyuki Ikuua, and Kiyonori Nagasaki at the Japanese Association of Digital Humanities (JADH) Conference in Tokyo, September 11, 2018
15 Feb 2018
Below are the slides and speaking notes for our Collections Lab presentation on “Participatory Digital Collections: Opportunities for Enhancement, Experimentation, and Transformation,” presented at the 2018 UC DLF at UC Riverside.
20 Jul 2017
This is a paper given at the Digital Humanities 2017 Conference as part of the panel Beyond Access: Critical Catalog Constructions, July 2017, Montréal.
My talk today focuses on framing our session theme of Beyond Access: Critical Catalog Constructions by outlining three potential areas of inquiry or exploration:
- Understanding the historical context, cultural biases, technical and other artifacts inherent to catalogs
- Rethinking our understanding of the catalog “reader”
- Moving toward the notion of “Speculative Catalogs”; or, how might we achieve points of access that facilitate active reframing and interrogation of our collections by “readers”
10 Nov 2016
Below are the slides and edit-for-print text of a talk I gave as part of the “Minimal Computing in Libraries: Case Studies and the Case for” panel at the 2016 DLF Forum in Milwaukee, November 2016.
For the past 4 or 5 years, I have been experimenting with and employing minimal computing practices in digital scholarship and pedagogy projects. I had no name for it at the time and it didn’t have the cachet that it might today