May, 2013 Events

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May, 2013 Events

The Humanistiscope: Exploring the Situatedness of Humanities Cyberinfrastructure

MLibrary Inside

Patrik Svensson talks about cyberinfrastructure, research infrastructure or e-science within the sphere of humanities. He argues that the humanities need to set their own infrastructural agenda based on the humanities as a project, scholarly challenges in the disciplines, and through a deeper connection of ideas with infrastructure.

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Date & Time
May 1, 2013 - 9:00am to 11:30am
Location
Rackham, Assembly Hall, Fourth Floor
Event Type
Lecture

Preservation Clinic

Ready to offer advice on a box of book treasures

This annual walk-in Preservation Clinic is your opportunity to consult with U-M Library experts. Have stuff you want to keep forever but don’t know how? Books, papers, maps, photographs, LPs, or tapes? Getting worried that those digital wedding snaps won’t last to show your grandchildren?

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Date & Time
May 19, 2013 - 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Location
Gallery
Event Type
Open House

M-Kairos: The Future of Scholarly Monograph Publishing and Academic Need

Aaron McCollough

Aaron McCollough, Editorial Director of Michigan Publishing (including the University of Michigan Press) discusses the library's on-going efforts to find a sustainable model for publishing high quality scholarship in support of a range of academic needs — including the preservation and dissemination of ideas as well as the professional vetting

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Date & Time
May 20, 2013 - 10:00am to 11:30am
Location
Gallery
Event Type
Lecture

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