Open Source Models in the Humanities, Paolo D’Iorio and Michele Barbera, Chicago, April 2004

University of Chicago, at 4:00 PM in the Regenstein Library A-11

Open Source Models in the Humanities: From HyperNietzsche to Hyper-Learning
Monday, University of Chicago, April 26 2004, at 4:00 PM in the Regenstein Library A-11

Open Source Models in the Humanities will feature presentations by Paolo D’Iorio, the director of the HyperNietzsche and Hyper-Learning projects, and Michele Barbera, the projects’ web architect.

The presentations will address the theoretical, technological, legal, and administrative issues confronting the development of advanced electronic research and educational projects.

After the presentations, Paula Barker Duffy, Director of the University of Chicago Press, will begin the discussion.

A broad cross section of new media specialists at the University of Chicago are expected to be on hand, including representatives from ARTFL, the Center for Teaching and Learning, the Chicago Media Initiatives Group, and the Digital Library Development Center. Webmasters to neophytes, hypermediacs to sedate traditionalist, whether partisan, skeptical, or just curious – all are welcome to join the conversation.

Sponsored by ARTFL, the Chicago Media Initiatives Group, the Digital Library Development Center, the France-Chicago Center, and the Franke Institute for the Humanities.

For more information, visit the University of Chicago Website and see the poster.

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