[Humanist] 24.596 events: world-wide online; curation of personal archives

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 596.
         Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    lachance at chass.utoronto.ca                               (101)
        Subject: Call for Papers - Hawaii Conference

  [2]   From:    Helen Tibbo <tibbo at EMAIL.UNC.EDU>                         (45)
        Subject: Curate Me: Stewardship of Personal Digital Archives

        Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2010 08:43:00 -0500 (EST)
        From: lachance at chass.utoronto.ca
        Subject: Call for Papers - Hawaii Conference
        In-Reply-To: <20101215064043.25544BDE50 at woodward.joyent.us>

Sixteenth Annual
April 12-14, 2011
Pre-conference: April 5, 2011


Submission deadline: January 28, 2011
Homepage: http://tcc.kcc.hawaii.edu


TCC 2011 invites faculty, support staff, librarians, counselors, student
affairs professionals, students, administrators, and educational
consultants to submit proposals for papers and general sessions.

The emergence of Web 2.0 created a global platform for communication,
collaboration, and sharing. People, technologies, and perspectives have
converged on the Internet that has spawned global communities and
platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

The Internet has changed education. Many issues and concerns, however,
have yet to be answered fully: How do faculty, staff, students and the
communities served collaborate and innovate to produce positive learning
outcomes? How can students learn through virtual worlds, educational
games, augmented realities, or the use of smart, mobile devices? What best
practices or choices have emerged in online learning? How do we keep up?
How can we support each other?

TCC invites papers and general sessions related to technology integrated
learning, open educational resources, distance learning, virtual
communities, and best choices in educational technologies. The
coordinators are looking for a broad range of submissions including, but
are not limited to:

- Perspectives and personal experiences with emerging learning technologies
- Case studies and progress in applying ICT and Web 2.0 tools for learning
- Technologies that enable communication, collaboration, creativity, and
- Building and sustaining communities of learners
- Instructional applications in virtual worlds
- Distance learning including mobile learning
- Open educational resources (OER)
- E-portfolios and assessment tools
- Student orientation and preparation
- Ubiquitous and lifelong learning
- Online student services and advising
- Managing information technology and change
- Global access and intercultural communication
- Educational technology in developing countries
- Educational game design, rubrics, and assessment
- Student success and assessment strategies online
- Professional development for faculty and staff
- Projects for seniors and persons with disabilities
- Online learning resources (library, learning centers, etc.)
- Social networking games and MMORPGs in education
- Augmented reality - blending virtual content in real environments
- Online, hybrid, or blended modes of technology enhanced learning
- Institutional planning and pedagogy facilitated by emerging technologies
- Gender equity, digital divide, intercultural understanding, and open access

This conference accepts proposals in two formats: papers and general

For submission details, see:

To submit a proposal, go to:

Papers are submitted in full and will be subjected to a blind peer review.
Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

General sessions may be conducted in many ways including a forum,
discussion, round table, panel, or pre-conference activity. These
proposals will also be subject to a blind peer review.

Acceptances will be conveyed to the primary author or presenter by email.

The coordinators are especially interested in proposals that involve
student presenters. Fees for student presenters will be waived. Student
presentations will be scheduled later in the day.

The submission deadline is January 28, 2011.

Presenters are expected to:
- Participate in a pre-conference orientation session.
- Conduct a 20-minute informal, interactive online session about your
paper or general session.
- Use a headset with a microphone during the presentation.
- Upload a photo, a brief professional bio, and related informational
materials to the conference web site.
- Respond to questions and comments from conference participants during
the entire conference.
- Maintain communications, as appropriate, with the conference staff.

All presenters are required to register online and pay the conference fee
($99 USD; $179 USD after March 31). Group and site registration rates for
faculty and students are available. Contact Sharon Fowler for details
<fowlers at hawaii.edu>.

This conference is held entirely online using a web browser to access live
sessions and related content. A computer equipped with headphones and
microphone as well as broadband Internet access is highly recommended.

Organizations or companies interested in sponsoring this event may contact
John Walber of LearningTimes <john at learningtimes.com>

For additional information, see  http://tcc.kcc.hawaii.edu . For further
inquiry, contact Bert Kimura <bert at hawaii.edu> or Curtis Ho
<curtis at hawaii.edu>.

This event is a partnership between TCCHawaii.org and LearningTimes.org.
Additional support provided by faculty and staff at the University of

        Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2010 14:13:41 +0000
        From: Helen Tibbo <tibbo at EMAIL.UNC.EDU>
        Subject: Curate Me: Stewardship of Personal Digital Archives
        In-Reply-To: <20101215064043.25544BDE50 at woodward.joyent.us>

The 2011 DigCCurr Public Symposium - Curate Me: Stewardship of Personal Digital Archives is now open for registration.
Panel list updated.

Date: January 7, 2011
Time: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library, UNC-CH
Price: $45, includes coffee breaks and boxed lunch

About the Symposium
* Explore strategies for:
    * Integrating personal digital information into a curation workflow
    * Guiding individuals to manage their own collections of digital content
    * Engaging audiences with collections of personal digital information
* Meet other professionals working with digital collections and personal
* Participate in collaborative group discussions with attendees and panel

This one-day event will include panel discussions with experts and
interactive group sessions.

Panelists include:
* Deborah Barreau, Cal Lee and Helen Tibbo, professors at the School of
Information and Library Science UNC-Chapel Hill
* Cathy Marshall, Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research's Silicon Valley
* Nancy McGovern, the Digital Preservation Officer for the Inter-University
Consortium for Political and Social Research
* Naomi Nelson, Director of the Rare Books, Manuscript, and Special
Collections Library at Duke University
* Jeff Ubios, The Bassetti Foundation
*Kaitlin Costello and Michael Nutt, SILS graduate students

For more information and to register for this event, visit
 http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/symposium2011.html  .

Partially supported by the Institute for Museum and Library Services, grant
# RE-05-08-0060-08. 

Dr. Helen R. Tibbo, Alumni Distinguished Professor
President & Fellow, Society of American Archivists
School of Information and Library Science
201 Manning Hall  CB#3360
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3360
Phone: (919) 962-8063
Fax: (919) 962-8071
tibbo at email.unc.edu

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