Upcoming Conference : Doing Scholarship In/On Digital Culture


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We live in a world where the Internet has shifted from being at the forefront of communication technology, to a remarkable part of our culture and daily life. The Internet not only revolutionizes work and family life, but also reshapes and enriches our research processes and the sharing of research outcomes.

This conference hopes to develop a greater awareness and a deeper understanding of this trend via the presentation of a German Studies scholar; we also invite a librarian to share how libraries perceive and support this trend. The two presentations will interest both scholars dealing with research and librarians who strives to provide support in this area.

Date :         13 January 2014 (Mon)
Venue :       Academic and Administration Building (AAB) 301, Hong Kong Baptist University
Fee :           Free of charge
Deadline of Registration : Jan 9, 2013

We are very pleased to have Dr. Scott WILLIAMS (Associate Professor of German Studies; Director of Language Media Center, Department of Modern Language Studies, Texas Christian University) and Ms. Louise JONES (University Librarian, University Library System, The Chinese University of Hong Kong) to be our speakers.



Imagining an Internet Culture: The German Transition into the Digital Age

Dr. Scott WILLIAMS (Associate Professor of German Studies; Director of Language Media Center, Department of Modern Language Studies, Texas Christian University)

Digital Humanities and the Research Library

Ms. Louise JONES (University Librarian, University Library System, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

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