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Tuesday, November 8 • 9:35am - 10:30am
#t2c: Arts&Hum

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Presentation 1
Snapshot - Making art (and more!) with metadata
Metadata can be a rich source of raw material for building new experiences and opening material to unexpected modes of discovery, whether it is through enabling tools to inject a feeling of play and exploration into research, opening up the closed stacks to browsing, or making wall-art.
Presenter: Matthew Miguez

Presentation 2
Snapshot - Browsing Artists' Books with Linked Data Visualization
UC Irvine Libraries recently completed a NEH-funded pilot project to extend interoperability and discoverability of artists’ books via linked data and digital surrogates. This is a brief demonstration of the prototype visualization tool which allows researchers to traverse relationships within and between the works.
Presenter: Laura Smart

Presentation 3
Snapshot - Programming Poetry: Using Raspberry Pi and Repurposed Receipt Printers to Promote Contemporary Poetry (Daily) on Campus
The Vandal Poem of the Day project promotes contemporary poetry and digital innovation at the University of Idaho via a daily website and the deployment of PoemBots—Raspberry Pi powered mini poem printers that promote the physical reading of poetry and spread awareness of physical computing capacity at the library.
Presenters: Devin Becker, Evan Williamson

Presentation 4
Snapshot - Humanities Data, Literary Study, and Inclusion
This snapshot looks at two case studies of literary scholars, who have not considered themselves part of digital humanities, making and working with data. It considers ways librarians can facilitate this work, the affordances and challenges of it, and approaches for more inclusive digital scholarship practices.
Presenter: Katie Rawson

Session Chairs
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Julie Hardesty

Metadata Analyst, Indiana University
Indiana University

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Devin Becker (he/him)

Associate Dean for Research and Instruction, University of Idaho Library
Devin Becker is the Associate Dean for Research and Instruction at the University of Idaho Library. He is the project director for CollectionBuilder, which is an IMLS-funded digital exhibit framework that was used to create the repositories for this project and serves as the infrastructure... Read More →

Matthew Miguez

Florida State University

Katie Rawson

Emory University
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Laura Smart

Head, Digital Scholarship Services, UCI
University of California, Irvine

Evan Williamson

University of Idaho Library

Tuesday November 8, 2016 9:35am - 10:30am CST
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