LINCS on the Path Towards Open Scholarship
Susan Brown and Kim Martin (U Guelph)Abstract: This lightning talk will address the question of how knowledge infrastructures can be more accessible, public-engaging, and, as the call for proposals...
Building Networks: The Lyon in Mourning Project and Institutional Collaborations
Joey Takeda, Leith Davis, and the Lyon in Mourning Team (Simon Fraser U)Abstract: This paper reports on the ongoing collaboration between Simon Fraser University’s Digital Humanities Innovation Lab...
Interfacing: Investigating the Adoption of Non-Humanities Tools by Humanities Projects
Evan Rees, Kim Martin, and Susan Brown (U Guelph)Abstract: Current resources for digital scholarship allow for new and exciting ways of seeking, analysing, and creating information. Out of this...
Inclusive Practices in Community-owned Software
Kate Shuttleworth (Simon Fraser U) & Smecher, Alec (Public Knowledge Project)Abstract: As a community-driven, open source project, PKP relies heavily on collaboration and feedback from our...
Archives and Open Social Scholarship: Fostering Knowledge Diversity and Equity through Multilingual Knowledge Infrastructures
Satwinder Kaur Bains, Thamilini Jothilingam, and Alisa Sohi (U Fraser Valley)Abstract: Knowledge and its production is informed by the availability and access to existing knowledge infrastructures....