Andreas Burkard, Monitoring Systems for Checking Websites on Accessibility

Today I attended an English-language webinar about the results of an accessibility-tool evaluation study conducted by the Competence Center on Digital Accessibility at Stuttgart Hochschule der Medien (Stuttgart Media University), Germany. Lead presenter: Andreas Burkard.

Library Coffee Chat: Supporting Students with Remote Learning; Preservation Overview

I had the pleasure today of attending a Zoom-based UC Berkeley Library talk on preservation and conservation, led by Hannah Tashjian and sponsored by the Library Development Office. As preface, University Librarian Jeff MacKie-Mason gave an update about Library activities during the pandemic. LDO also noted an upcoming panel, UC Research Should Be Free to […]

Collaborating on Han shu (漢書)

Collaborating on Han shu (漢書)

Collaborating on Han shu (漢書) [Part of the 2016 DH Faire as a panelist in “The Library and DH: Support Through Collaboration.” Click on slide images to embiggen.] During this academic year, my MTP colleague Mandy Gagel and I have been the staff participants in Scott McGinnis's project to build what he calls a digital-literary […]

Sirens 2012

The fourth occurrence of Sirens, a conference about women in/and fantasy fiction, took place 11–14 October 2012 in Stevenson, Washington, which is about an hour east of Portland, Oregon. I didn’t take my laptop and thus didn’t liveblog any sessions, but I tweeted a bit. See the end of the Storify embedded below for next […]

how to make a digital scholarly edition–and why

[These are my speaking notes, cues and all, from a talk delivered at the C19 Americanists conference, Berkeley, CA, 14 April 2012.]