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Wednesday, February 28 • 9:45am - 11:00am
Boundless: Digital Publishing and Online Scholarship

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This session brings together four presentations that examine the future of digital media and publications in library collections, and spotlight innovative student/faculty and interdepartmental digital humanities collaborations.

Hannah Bennett and Coral Salomón will present their research on the future of art and digital publishing, from metadata to fugitive platforms, drawn from interviews with publishers, artists, and institutions.

In Fall 2017, Columbia and Barnard students created a digital critical edition of Journal des dames et des modes (1797–1804), centered on rare fashion plates held at The Morgan Library & Museum. Alex Gil and Anne Higonnet will share results of this pedagogical and digital prototype.

The Fashion History Timeline is an open-access online research hub created by students and faculty at The Fashion Institute of Technology. Presenting from a project-management perspective, Molly Schoen will highlight best practices and offer guidance on creating—and funding—digital exhibitions and research guides at any institution.

The Historic Urban Environments Lab (HUE/ND) is a collaboration between the School of Architecture and the Architecture Library at the University of Notre Dame. Jennifer Parker and Selena Anders will reveal HUE/ND's evolution, from university partnerships to multiplatform projects, and detail how digitization, mobile apps, audiovisual content, and 3D modeling enhance the curriculum and enable students and faculty to access archival materials remotely.

Hannah Bennett and Coral Salomón, "Digital Fugitives: New Frontiers in 21st Century Art Publishing & Production"
Alex Gil and Anne Higonnet, "Style Revolution: A Prototype Edition for Instruction and Online Scholarship"
Molly Schoen, "The Fashion History Timeline: Launching a New Digital Resource"
Jennifer Parker and Selena Anders, "Taking the Library Out of Bounds—Library/Faculty Collaborations in the Digital Humanities"

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Diane Dias De Fazio

Acquisitions & Collections Development Librarian, Ingalls Library, The Cleveland Museum of art


Selena Anders

Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame
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Hannah Bennett

Director, Univ. of Pennsylvania
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Alex Gil

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Columbia University
Alex Gil is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at Columbia University Libraries. He collaborates with faculty, students and library professionals leveraging computational and network technologies in humanities research, pedagogy and knowledge production.

Anne Higonnet

Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Art History, Barnard College
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Jennifer Parker

Head, Architecture Library, University of Notre Dame
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Coral Salomón

National Digital Stewardship Resident in Art Information, University of Pennsylvania
Coral is the NDSR Art Resident at the University of Pennsylvania. She is exploring preservation issues surrounding born-digital art and art resources. Coral is a MLIS grad from Mayagüez, PR. Previously, she worked at the Frick Art Reference Library and at the Center for Puerto Rican... Read More →
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Molly Schoen

Visual Resources Curator, Fashion Institute of Technology

Wednesday February 28, 2018 9:45am - 11:00am EST
Hilton: Murray Hill East