Early registration price of $100 ends on November 29, 2017.
Standard price of $150 begins on November 30, 2017.
Announcing the HTRC UnCamp 2018
Elizabeth M. Lorang, Associate Professor & Humanities
Librarian, and Leen-Kiat Soh, Professor at the Computer Science and Engineering—both from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln—will co-present the opening keynote for HTRC UnCamp 2018. Their keynote will focus on their IMLS funded project Aida (Image Analysis
for Archival Discovery).
David Mimno, Assistant Professor in Information
Science at Cornell University, will provide a keynote presentation on day two of the UnCamp discussing his text-analysis work on the HathiTrust corpus.
Lodging & Travel
HTRC UnCamp 2018 will be
hosted on the University of California, Berkeley campus. The primary venue will be the newly renovated Moffitt Library (map),
with breakout events in nearby campus locations including the Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS) and Morrison Library, the campus D-Lab in Barrows Hall, and the Academic Innovation Studio (AIS).
Calls for Proposal: Priority
Deadline of October 15
HTRC continues to accept
proposals for panel presentations, lightning talks, and posters. These may address any aspect of digital text collections, computational text analysis, copyright and open access, digital pedagogy, and related topics, especially as these relate to the HTRC.
the HathiTrust Research Center and the HTRC UnCamp
is a collaborative research center launched jointly by Indiana University and the University of Illinois, along with the HathiTrust Digital Library, to help meet the technical challenges of dealing with massive amounts of digital text that researchers face
by developing cutting-edge software tools and cyberinfrastructure to enable advanced computational access to the growing digital record of human knowledge.
In years past, the HTRC
UnCamp has brought researchers, developers, instructors, and information professionals together to showcase innovative research, participate in hands-on coding and demonstration sessions, and build community around themes of computational text analysis, digital
humanities, and digital pedagogy.