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On April 10th, 2019, Harvard University will host the first annual Boston Area Digital Scholarship Symposium. This event will bring together scholars from the greater Boston area to share their work in digital scholarship. The focus of this year's symposium is "Institutional Models of Collaborative Support", and the event will feature talks, panel discussions, and poster presentations. Invited speakers are affiliated with Boston College, Boston University, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, and Tufts University.
A light breakfast, lunch, and refreshments during the day will be provided. Please fill out this form if you have any dietary requirements.
What are my transportation options?
Please see the Smith Campus Center's comprehensive visitor resources page for public transportation and parking options.
How do I connect to Harvard wireless?
Harvard is a part of eduroam. If your institution is a member, please register using your institution's instructions before you arrive. Otherwise, Harvard offers a limited "Harvard University" guest WiFi network that anyone can use.
I am interested in submitting a poster proposal. How do I do this?
Please see the Call for Posters.
Who is running the event?
The Harvard University Digital Scholarship Support Group, in collaboration with staff members from Boston College, Boston University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, and Tufts University.
- Cole Crawford, Humanities Research Computing Specialist (Harvard University)
- Michael Cuthbert, Faculty Director, Digital Humanities (MIT)
- Jeffrey P. Emanuel, Associate Director of Academic Technology; CHS Fellow in Aegean Archaeology & Prehistory (Harvard University)
- Anna Kijas, Senior Digital Scholarship Librarian (Boston College)
- Amanda Rust, Assistant Director, Digital Scholarship Group (Northeastern University)
- Marty Schreiner, Director of Maps, Media, Data and Government Information; Librarian of Lamont Library (Harvard University)
- Rashmi Singhal, Director of Arts & Humanities Research Computing (Harvard University)
- Annie Swafford, Digital Humanities Specialist (Tufts University)
- Vika Zafrin, Digital Scholarship Librarian (Boston University)