Digital Humanities community gathers for 3rd Berkeley Digital Humanities Faire

Digital Humanities Faire

On April 7th and 8th, Berkeley’s digital humanities community gathered to share research and celebrate an exciting year of forging new collaborations.  On April 7th, the Library hosted a panel, “Digitally Supported Research and Pedagogy.”  The Social Science Matrix hosted the second day of the event, which featured a keynote address by Zephyr Frank, professor of Brazilian History and Director of the Spatial History Project at Stanford University.

UC Berkeley helps LYRASIS sustain and expand CollectionSpace

Members of the CollectionSpace community at UC Berkeley are actively participating in working groups recently formed by Atlanta-based non-profit LYRASIS, the software’s organizational home. Berkeley, with five major campus collections cataloged and managed using this system, plays a significant role in the ongoing effort to sustain and expand CollectionSpace in the museum community.

The LYRASIS groups focus on the following areas:

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UCB Research IT participates in NSF-sponsored ACI-REF workshop

UC Berkeley’s Research IT group was invited to participate in the ARCC Workshop hosted by Clemson University in March of this year. The workshop was presented in partnership with the NSF-sponsored program for Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Research and Education Facilitators (ACI-REF) and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA).