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Projects in Action!

  1. Geoffrey Rockwell (CIRCA)
  2. Susan Brown or Janice (Orlando)
  3. Paul Hjartarson (EMIC: Editing Modernism in Canada)
  4. Susan Brown (CWRC: Canadian Research Writing Collaboratory and use of ORCA – Online Research Canada – database)

Available Resources: Library and Media Centers

  1. Leah Vanderjagt – Digital Repositories Librarian (ERA: Education and Research Archive)
  2. Raymond Frogner – University of Alberta Archives and BARD (Book and Records Depository)
  3. Andriko Lozowy – (IRS: Intermedia Research Studio)
  4. Denise Thornton and Christ Want -- AICT: Academic Information & Communication Technologies and Digital Media Resources (printers, scanners, Digital Resource Center, Scientific Visualization Reference )

Broadening the Scope of Digitization

  1. Music: Michael Frishkopf (MuDoc: Music/Multimedia Documentation) – social network theory and digital multimedia technology
  2. Linguistics: John Newman and ICE (The International Corpus of English), and Sally Rice or Benjamin V. Tucker (Tsuut'ina Gunaha Project) dealing with language and culture preservation
  3. Art and Comparative Literature: Patricia Demurs (Book art)
  4. Computer Sciences and Corporate Financial Saving – Virtualized Reality and Virtual Prototyping: Pierre Boulanger
  5. History: Peter Baskerville (CCRI: Canadian Century Research Infrastructure) – manuscript census material open to the public

Legal, Technical, and Ethical Questions

  1. Eugenics (Living Archives Project) - Natasha Naan?
  2. Eleni Stroulia (SSRG: Service Systems Research Group - focuses on the technical and socioeconomic concerns around building software systems for the purpose of service delivery.
  3. Cultural Anthropology: Chris Fletcher (Digital Storytelling and ethics)
  4. Native Studies: Frank Tough: Aboriginal treaties and archival research, digitizing historical documents, and training undergrads in applied research
  5. David Miall on reading practices
  6. English and Film Studies (Canadian Aboriginal context): Keavy Martin (Thrasher Project and Community Return)

Other

  • Stephen Reimer (The Canon of John Lydgate Project)
  • Dell Hymes (Ethnopoetics Movement)
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