Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 16, No. 532.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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Subject: "Sharing the Knowledge" International Symposium:
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Subject: Announcement: Local Humanities Computing Workshops
Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2003 07:57:11 +0000
From: "David L. Green" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: NINCH COPYRIGHT TOWN MEETING: Cleveland, Sat April 12, 2003
News on Networking Cultural Heritage Resources
from across the Community
March 6, 2003
PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY
NINCH COPYRIGHT TOWN MEETING: CLEVELAND
Copyright for Artists and their Public:
Artists' Rights and Art's Rights
Cleveland Museum of Art
* Saturday April 12, 2003 *
A Copyright Town Meeting on Copyright Basics for Art and Artists
and the Changes Brought by the Internet
Co-sponsored by the
Case Western Center for Law, Technology and the Arts
Cleveland Museum of Art
Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association and
Americans for the Arts
Free of Charge: Registration Required
* * *
In association with the Center for Law, Technology and the Arts at Case
Western Reserve University School of Law
<http://lawwww.cwru.edu/academic/lta/>, NINCH announces a Copyright Town
Meeting, "Artists' Rights and Art's Rights."
Generously hosted by the Cleveland Museum of Art, and co-sponsored by the
Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association and by Americans for the
Arts, this NINCH Copyright Town Meeting focuses on some of the issues that
artists and their audiences confront in creating, distributing and/or
re-using the arts online.
What has been the impact of the Internet on the creative community and how
has copyright law and practice and other legal structures affected what can
be done online? Practitioners, lawyers, legal scholars, and a critical
commentator on digital copyright law and practice come together to offer
their wisdom and experiences to those creating and using the arts online.
After an introductory keynote address by June Besek, in which she reviews
copyright basics and current key developments in digital copyright
legislation, the meeting will comprise three panels:
* Art & Work: Copyright, Contracts and Work-for-Hire
* Access & Use: Copyright, The Public Domain and the First Amendment
* Artists and Copyright: Experiences Working Online
The meeting will conclude with an open forum with questions, comments and
discussion on the issues raised by the presentations.
Confirmed speakers to date include:
* Alberta Arthurs, Arthurs.US
* June Besek, Executive Director, Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the
Arts, Columbia Law School
* Richard Kessler, Executive Director, American Music Center
* Maureen O'Rourke, Professor of Law, Boston University
* Siva Vaidhyanathan, Asst. Professor, Department of Culture and
Communication, New York University; author of "Copyrights and Copywrongs".
Participation is free but registration is required. Register now online at:
* * *
The NINCH Copyright Town Meetings balance expert opinion and audience
participation on the basics of copyright law, the implications of copyright
online, recent changes in copyright law and practice, and practical issues
related to the networking of cultural heritage materials.
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Local committees have organized the town meetings, which have been
coordinated and reviewed by the NINCH Town Meetings Working Group.
CLEVELAND ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Alberta Arthurs, Arthurs.US
Craig Nard, Case Western Center for Law, Technology and the Arts
Len Steinbach, Cleveland Museum of Arts
Patricia E. Williams, Americans for the Arts
NINCH TOWN MEETINGS WORKING GROUP:
Kathe Albrecht, American University/Visual Resources Association
Robert Baron, Independent Scholar
Mary Case, Association of Research Libraries
Kenneth Crews, Indiana University (Advisor)
Georgia Harper, University of Texas (Advisor)
Rina Pantalony, Canadian Heritage Information Network
Christine Sundt, University of Oregon/Visual Resources Association/NINCH BOARD
Marta Teegen, College Art Association
Sanford Thatcher, Pennsylvania State University Press/Association of
American University Presses
Patricia Williams, Americans for the Arts
Martha Winnacker, University of California (Advisor)
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-------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2003 07:58:15 +0000 From: NINCH-ANNOUNCE <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: "Sharing the Knowledge" International Symposium: March 26-27, Washington DC
NINCH ANNOUNCEMENT News on Networking Cultural Heritage Resources from across the Community March 6, 2003
International Council of Museums (ICOM) International Committee for Documentation (CIDOC) Presents "Sharing the Knowledge" International Symposium on Interoperability for Cultural Heritage Information
26-27 March 2003: Smithsonian Institution http://cidoc.ics.forth.gr/workshops.html#symposium
An important two-day international meeting presented by CIDOC that will focus on the exchange of information between museums, libraries, archives and beyond.
David Green ===========
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2003 07:58:44 +0000 From: Matthew Zimmerman <email@example.com> Subject: PHP Con East Conference
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-------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2003 07:56:47 +0000 From: Ray Siemens <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Announcement: Local Humanities Computing Workshops (Victoria, BC)
*Announcement: Local Humanities Computing Workshops*
University of Victoria 23-28 June, 2003 Sponsored by the University of Victoria and Malaspina University-College < http://web.mala.bc.ca/siemensr/HCSeminar/2003.htm >
In response to local needs for training in areas key to computing in the Arts and Humanities, UVic and Malaspina U-C are offering a series of interrelated workshops focusing on digitsation, text encoding, multimedia, and text analysis tools. We anticipate that institutional sponsors will secure most seats, but we also welcome applications from those outside sponsoring institutions, should additional seats be available.
The particulars of the workshops are found below and, in more detail, on the website listed above. For further information, and for inquiries regarding space in the workshops, please contact Ray Siemens, Malaspina U-C, at email@example.com.
*Stream 1: Text Encoding and Tools
Text Encoding (Susan Schreibman, U Maryland): Provides an introduction to the theory and practice of encoding electronic texts for the humanities. This workshop is designed for individuals who are contemplating embarking on a text encoding project, or for those who would like to better understand the philosophy, theory, and practicalities of encoding in XML (Extensible Markup Language) using the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) guidelines, and/or Encoded Archival Description (EAD). No previous knowledge of XML, the TEI or EAD is necessary. However, a familiarity with HTML would be useful.
Text Analysis Tools (Stefan Sinclair, U Alberta): Provides a thorough introduction to the fundamental concepts and skills for computer-assisted text analysis. It is appropriate for any scholar wishing to explore how the computer can be used as an aid to textual research, with a particular focus on literary criticism.
*Stream 2: Digitisation and Multimedia
Digitisation (Ray Siemens, Malaspina U-C, and staff from the M U-C Centre for Digital Humanities Innovation): Conveys skills necessary to digitise objects -- text (OCR), image, sound, video -- both via direct capture and conversion processes. This workshop is 'bootstrap' in orientation, assuming participants have only basic computing competency.
New Media and Multimedia (Andrew Mactavish, McMaster U): Balancing theory and practice, participants will learn how to create interactive works of multimedia. The course is designed for individuals with interest in exploring, in a hands-on fashion, a range of applications of multimedia, from research and teaching documents to works of art and entertainment. Experience digitising multimedia objects is required; these are imparted in the digitisation workshop, but this requirement will be waived has requisite skills. In addition, experience using examples of multimedia, such as web pages, educational software, hypertext fiction, or computer games, is recommended.
* Details and Contact
More complete details - including a tentative schedule, fuller course descriptions, attendance costs, and local accommodation - can be found via http://web.mala.bc.ca/siemensr/HCSeminar/2003.htm.
For additional details, and for inquiries regarding space in the workshops, please contact Ray Siemens, Malaspina U-C, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
_____________ R.G. Siemens English, Malaspina University-College, Nanaimo, BC, Canada. V9R 5S5. Office: 335/120. Phone: (250)753-3245, x2046. Fax: (250) 740-6459. email@example.com http://purl.oclc.org/NET/R_G_Siemens.htm
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