14.0145 conferences; colloquium

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       [1] From: Creagh Cole <c.cole@library.usyd.edu.au> (40)
             Subject: Aust.Pacific HC Conference

       [2] From: Arun-Kumar Tripathi <tripathi@statistik.uni- (52)
             Subject: The First Conference of the Association of Internet

       [3] From: NINCH-ANNOUNCE <david@ninch.org> (116)
             Subject: "To Preserve & Protect" LC/ARL Symposium, Oct 30-31

             Date: Mon, 07 Aug 2000 10:50:23 +0100
             From: Creagh Cole <c.cole@library.usyd.edu.au>
             Subject: Aust.Pacific HC Conference

    Preliminary conference announcement - please pass on to interested colleagues

    Computing Arts - Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities
    Conference - DRRH2001

    Keynote speakers, and additional supporters and sponsors will be announced
    through the site

    Computing Arts - Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities Conference
    University of Sydney - 26 - 28 September 2001

    Computing Arts: Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities Conference
    (DRRH 2001) will provide a major forum for the creators, users,
    distributors and custodians of electronic resources in the humanities to
    present and discuss their work, experiences and ideas.

    The first major conference devoted to issues in humanities computing
    generally in the Australia-Pacific region, DRRH 2001 seeks to bring
    together scholars, academic researchers, publishers, librarians and
    archivists in the region and beyond, with key speakers in the field, to
    foster the exchange of ideas and to extend the use of digital resources,
    techniques and tools in humanities research and teaching.

    Scope and Keywords

    DRRH 2001 intends to attract the reporting of relevant work in a broad
    range of fields, including archaeology, art history, history, languages
    and linguistics, literary studies, music, performing arts, as well as work
    detailing techniques and issues associated with the creation and use of
    digital texts, databases, images, sound, video and digital mapping.

    Possible Keywords: humanities computing; scholarly editing; text encoding;
    text analysis; textual studies; computational linguistics; GIS mapping;
    digital libraries; archival description; digital imaging; image delivery;
    iconic visualisation; multimedia; languages; scripts; special characters;
    unicode; electronic publishing; markup languages (TEI, EAD); XML;
    coordination and collaboration issues and outcomes; funding.

    Hosts at the University of Sydney: RIHSS Research Institute for Humanities
    and Social Sciences and
    SETIS the Scholarly Electronic Text and Image Service at the University of
    Sydney Library

    DRRH 2001 is supported by The Australian Academy of the Humanities

    Contacts for more information:
    Dr. Creagh Cole SETIS Coordinator - c.cole@library.usyd.edu.au
    Ms. Rowanne Couch RIHSS Research Manager - rowanne.couch@rihss.usyd.edu.au

             Date: Mon, 07 Aug 2000 10:51:08 +0100
             From: Arun-Kumar Tripathi <tripathi@statistik.uni-dortmund.de>
             Subject: The First Conference of the Association of Internet

    Greetings CaTaCers,

    [Hi, this international conference, the first meeting of the Association
    of Internet Researchers (http://aoir.org) --forwarded via Interpersonal
    Computing and Technology List. Keynote speakers will be Barry Wellman
    (author "Personal Communities and Networks in the Global Village"), Helen
    Nissenbaum, Rob Kling (expert in the social aspects of computerization
    and computing), Susan Herring, and Manuel Castells (author of _The Rise of
    the Network Society_, with other 17 books.) The conference will be pursuing
    the issues, Internet and the Law, Women on the Internet, Media Convergences,
    Ethics and Internet Research, Writing on the Web, Electronic Literature,
    and Linguistics, Digital Resistances, Pedagogy, Economics, Case-studies in
    Global Internet Initiatives, Internet and Democratization, Mediating the
    New Media, Digital Divide, Analysis on Computer-Mediated Discourse,
    Virtual Communities, Construction and Reality, and many more spectacular
    themes. Best Wishes to organisers. The conference is highly recommended.

    Recommended: The Psychology of Virtual Communities; research resources and
    articles on online therapy and online self-help groups at:

    Thank you..
    Arun Tripathi]

    Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 16:07:15 -0500
    From: IPCT <ipct@UMBC2.UMBC.EDU>

    From: Storm King <astorm@concentric.net>

    The First Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers
    September 14-17, 2000 University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas

    The schedule is now available for this conference.
    See <http://www.cddc.vt.edu/aoir/schedule.html>

    The main conference page is at http://www.cddc.vt.edu/aoir/

    Here is a tiny sample of the over 200 papers that will be presented:
    Ethics and Internet Research
    Moderator: Charles Ess, Philosophy and Religion Department, Drury University

    Ethical Dilemmas in Cyberspace: Obtaining Consent for Online Qualitative
    Research in the Absence of an Established Operational Framework Caroline
    Bennett, Department of Humanities & International Studies, University of
    Southern Queensland

    Ethical Issues in the Use of Internet Posts. Craig Murray, Department of
    Psychology, Liverpool Hope University

    'Seeing and Sensing' On-line Interaction: An Ethical Approach to USENET
    Support Group Research Mary Walstrom, University of Illinois at

    --------------- --
    Storm A. King astorm@concentric.net
    ICQ# 2490493 "stormpsych" on AOL instant messenger

    The Psychology of Virtual Communities; research resources and articles on
    online therapy and online self-help groups:

    The International Society for Mental Health Online: http://www.ismho.org/
    --------------- --

             Date: Mon, 07 Aug 2000 10:51:53 +0100
             From: NINCH-ANNOUNCE <david@ninch.org>
             Subject: "To Preserve & Protect" LC/ARL Symposium, Oct 30-31

    News on Networking Cultural Heritage Resources
    from across the Community
    August 4, 2000

         "To Preserve & Protect: The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources"
                       Library of Congress Bicentennial symposium
           presented in affiliation with the Association of Research Libraries
                             Washington, DC: October 30-31

    Practical issues that confront directors and administrators who oversee
    preservation and collections security programs in libraries, museums, and
    archives are the focus of this 2-day symposium at the Library of Congress
    this October.

    David Green

    >Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2000 12:30:01 -0500
    >From: Bradley Houseton <bradley@arl.org>
    >To: Multiple recipients of list <arl-announce@arl.org>
    >"To Preserve & Protect: The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources"
    >a Library of Congress Bicentennial symposium presented in affiliation with
    >Washington, DC
    >30-31 October 2000
    >Symposium Information Online:
    >To Register Online: <<http://db.arl.org/pp/>http://db.arl.org/pp/>
    >This two-day symposium for directors and administrators who oversee
    >preservation and collections security programs in libraries, museums, and
    >archives will provide institutional leaders the opportunity to learn how
    >colleagues are handling concerns related to formulating strategies, using
    >measurements, and justifying budgets for funders. Plenary and breakout
    >sessions have been designed to enable participants to explore concerns
    >that overlap and lend themselves to complementary solutions. Experts in
    >the cultural heritage community will lead sessions on:
    >o the challenges confronting the stewards of our nation's cultural heritage;
    >o developing preservation and security strategies, priorities, and
    >o measuring the effectiveness of preservation and security programs;
    >o coping with theft, vandalism, deterioration, and bad press;
    >o building the preservation and security budget and successfully
    >promoting the program;
    >o the preservation and security challenges of electronic information and
    >o innovations in security and preservation; and
    >o cooperating nationally and internationally to preserve and secure
    >Speakers include:
    >Nancy Cline, Harvard University
    >Werner Gundersheimer, Folger Shakespeare Library
    >Winston Tabb, Library of Congress
    >Jeff Field, National Endowment for the Humanities
    >Lynne Chaffinch, Federal Bureau of Investigation
    >James Reilly, Image Permanence Institute
    >Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information
    >Maxwell Anderson, Whitney Museum of American Art
    >Deanna Marcum, Council on Library and Information Resources
    >Jan Merrill-Oldham, Harvard University
    >Jim Neal, Johns Hopkins University
    >Nancy Davenport, Library of Congress
    >Camila Alire, Colorado State University
    >Nancy Gwinn, Smithsonian Institution
    >Registration Fee: $225 per person
    >Prepayment is required and the fee includes lunches on both days and the
    >evening reception in the beautiful Great Hall of the Library of Congress.
    >Register early--attendance will be limited due to space constraints.
    >Additional information, including a symposium program and a registration
    >form, available online:
    >Questions should be directed to:
    >Kaylyn Hipps, ARL Editorial Specialist
    >Bradley Houseton
    >Communications & Marketing Coordinator
    >21 Dupont Circle, No. 800
    >Washington, DC 20036
    >(202) 296-2296 ofc (202)872-0884 fax

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