Video | “Getting Started with Digital Classics”
|January 30, 2014||Posted by Lanah Koelle under Uncategorized|
Video from the Digital Classics Association (DCA) panel, “Getting Started with Digital Classics”, is now available on YouTube. The panel took place at the 2014 American Philological Association/American Institute of Archaeology meeting in Chicago, IL. Panelists included Diane Cline (George Washington University), Neil Bernstein (Ohio University), Monica Berti (University of Leipzig), Adam Rabinowitz (The University of Texas at Austin), Francesco Mambrini (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin), and a team from Duke University — Ryan Baumann, Hugh Cayless, and Joshua D. Sosin. Neil Coffee (University at Buffalo, State University of New York) introduced the panel and Gregory Crane (Tufts University and University of Leipzig) was the respondent.
The DCA is currently seeking abstracts for their next sponsored panel, “CPF: Making Meaning from Data”, at the 2015 APA/AIA meeting in New Orleans, LA. See the APA website for details.
If you missed this intriguing panel at Chicago, do watch the video. It is a great way to stay up-to-date on the latest digital efforts in Classics. The Classics Librarians Forum hopes to partner with the DCA at the 2015 AIA/APA in New Orleans. Stay tuned and continue to make suggestions for panel topics to us on the CLiF Blog.