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HASTAC2011 Conference Blog Round-Up

HASTAC2011 Conference Blog Round-Up

This is a collection of blogs from the HASTAC 2011 Conference on December 1-3, in Ann Arbor, MI. Please leave any additions in the comments, and I'll edit this post to include them. 

Please note that the blogs are roughly organized by panel date, not the date of the actual blog post. The keynote speeches were videoed, and are linked below. 


In Preparation:

Going to HASTAC 2011 by Edmond Chang

Thursday, December 1

Liveblog: Alt-Ac Workshop! by Alexis Lothian
#Alt-Ac=SUCCESS by Elizabeth Cornell
#OccupyHASTAC by Micha Cardenas

Friday, December 2

KEYNOTE VIDEO: Cyberinfrastructure - Daniel Atkins, Associate Vice President for Research Cyberinfrastructure 
KEYNOTE VIDEO: The Future of Digital Publishing - Phil Pochoda (chair), University of Michigan; Tara McPherson, University of Southern California; Dan Cohen, George Mason University; Richard Eoin Nash: Founder of Cursor, a site to coordinate a portfolio of online
KEYNOTE VIDEO: Digital Technologies in the Civilizing Project of the Global Humanities - James A. Leach, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities

Saturday, December 3

KEYNOTE VIDEO: The Technocultural Imagination - Siva Vaidhyanathan, University of Virginia
KEYNOTE VIDEO: Data, Code, and Research at Scale - Joshua M. Greenberg, Director, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's Digital Information Technology program



University of Michigan's Virtual Relaity Cave ("holodeck!" cry the geeky academics.) Photo & Caption by Alexis Lothian.



Hi Everyone. Here is a link to my blog post on the conference.

Twas grand!


Thanks so much for posting the videos. That is awesome!


Great roundup. I finally posted some reflections at my blog at ">]]


Great to see all these posts in one place. I've just put up my thoughts about the conference at ProfHacker on The Chronicle:


Thanks Brian! I updated the post to include yours and Erik's. Please let me know if you see any others out there - we'd like to be able to feature all of them here.


Hi Fiona,

May I share information about the HASTAC2011 conference among my colleagues on ?