[open-humanities] Scientific Information Policies in the Digital Age - Round Table "Young researchers in Digital Humanities: a Manifesto"

Carla Basili c.basili at ceris.cnr.it
Wed Jul 31 16:34:25 UTC 2013

The Ceris Institute of the Italian National Research Council invites  
you to attend an International Seminar on

  Scientific Information Policies in the Digital Age: Enabling Factors  
and Barriers to Knowledge Sharing and Transfer

At Aula Marconi, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, piazzale A. Moro,  
7 – Rome, Italy

On Monday 16 September 2013   -   from 10am to 4pm.

The International Seminar is the third of a series of exploratory  
Seminars organised within the framework of the “Information Policies  
in Science (IPS)” project, launched by the Ceris Institute in 2009  
with the main aim of understanding the impact on the Humanities of the  
complex set of Scientific Information Policies in place for Knowledge  
Sharing and Transfer.  The programme of the Seminar is available at http://www.ceris.cnr.it/Basili/IPS_programme.pdf 
     A final round table will discuss the document "Young Researchers  
in Digital Humanities: A Manifesto"  issued by the  international  
Colloquium on Research Conditions and Digital Humanities organised by  
the German Historical Institute in Paris.

Attendance is free, however, for organizational purposes, it would be  
helpful if you could please register at  http://tools.ceris.cnr.it/index.php?option=com_chronoforms&chronoform=IPS 
   if you plan to attend.

For further information, please visit the IPS project website at http://www.ceris.cnr.it/Basili/information_policies_in_science.htm 
  and the Seminar research rationale at http://www.ceris.cnr.it/Basili/IPS_Announcement.pdf 


Carla Basili

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Istituto Ceris sede di Roma
via dei Taurini, 19 - 00185 Roma
Tel.   +39 06/4993 7846
Facs +39 06/4993 7808



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