Conversation: Cultural heritage data? Computational use, needs, and opportunities

  • Event: 2018 CAR Conference
  • Speakers: Thomas Padilla of University of Nevada - Las Vegas; Laurie Allen of University of Pennsylvania
  • Date/Time: Saturday, Mar. 10 at 2:15pm
  • Location: Halsted
  • Audio file: No audio file available.

The purpose of this session is to spark conversations about how library, archive and museum collections and data can optimally support data-driven journalism. Session organizers aim to discuss experiences attendees have had working with cultural heritage data. Based on that conversation, we hope to discuss features and capabilities that libraries, archives and museums might develop to encourage computational use of cultural heritage data.

 

Speaker Bios

  • Laurie works as Director for Digital Scholarship at Penn Libraries. She was one of the founders of Data Refuge, and is a project member of the IMLS-funded Collections as Data project. @librlaurie

  • Thomas Padilla is Visiting Digital Research Services Librarian at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He publishes, presents, and teaches widely on digital scholarship, digital collections, Humanities data, data curation, and data information literacy. He is Principal Investigator of the Institute of Museum and Library Services supported, Collections as Data. @thomasgpadilla

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