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| Digital HPS Workshop 2015 | Accommodations | Schedule

Please register for DHPS at http://dhps2016.eventbrite.com 

Please also register for the DHPS Hackathon, the second half of the program, at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/digital-hps-workshop-digital-annotation-tools-tickets-26691061684

The schedule is now posted as a Google doc, with a list of participants.

HACKATHEN AGENDA:  https://diging.atlassian.net/wiki/display/DHPSOK/Annotation+Workshop

The annual 2016 Digital HPS Consortium workshop will be held Friday morning August 26, through Sunday morning August 28, 2016.  All meetings will take place in Bizzell Memorial Library on the campus of the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma.  

Please bookmark this meeting website.  If you cannot find the answer you're looking for, please direct questions to dhps@ou.edu and/or leave comments on this page.  With support from the University of Oklahoma Libraries and the OU History of Science Department, the meeting is being organized by Kerry MagruderStephen Weldon and Tara Carlisle (dhps@ou.edu). 

Papers dealing with all types of digital projects in the history and philosophy of science are welcome, and participants are encouraged to address the conference theme: how can diverse, locally created projects can be made discoverable, interconnected, and sustainable?

As we move further into the networked digital age, scholars are creating new types of digital scholarship with extraordinarily varied methods, structures, and presentations. When taken together, the richness of these diverse projects is extraordinary. Unlike traditional published works, however, many of these projects go unnoticed and often shut down for lack of support. The challenge of the current moment is to build greater stability into the digital space by making projects more visible (discoverability), by providing better ways for unique projects to interact and talk to each other (interconnectivity), and by finding archival spaces that will prevent projects from simply disappearing (sustainability).

The Digital HPS Consortium is holding this conference to encourage scholars who have unique projects to talk about these difficulties. Questions to be considered: How can we make a more permanent and stable home for our digital work? How can we encourage uniqueness but also pay attention to standards and protocols? How can we build longevity into these projects? The meeting will conclude with a focused, discussion on the practical issues of building a general framework for cooperation.

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Montford Inn
Dear digital hps colleagues, Now is the time to make reservations at the Montford Inn bed and breakfast if you wish to stay there during the Digital HPS workshop Thursday evening August 25 through Sunday morning August 28, 2016. The Montford is one of the preferred locations, near to campus, and they are holding rooms open for the workshop.  Since their rooms are in demand, they will only hold them for one more week.…
Email, May 27, 2016
The Digital HPS Consortium http://digitalhps.org/ is holding its annual conference from Friday morning August 26, through Sunday morning August 28, 2016 at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.  Register at http://dhps2016.eventbrite.com http://dhps2016.eventbrite.com/ by May 31, 2016.    Conference title: "Varieties of Digital History and Philosophy of Science"   Papers dealing with all types of digital projects in the history and philosophy of science are welcome,…

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