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Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides
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Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization: Slides

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These are the slides that accompanied my presentation of the paper I co-wrote with Jack Ammerman and Garth Green (both also of Boston University) at Digital Humanities 2009. The text of the …

These are the slides that accompanied my presentation of the paper I co-wrote with Jack Ammerman and Garth Green (both also of Boston University) at Digital Humanities 2009. The text of the presentation is available here: http://digilib.bu.edu/blogs/digilib/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/dh09_pres.pdf

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  • 1. Library as Agent of [Re]Contextualization V i k a Z a f r i n J a c k A m m e r m a n G a rt h G r e e n B o s t o n U n i v e r s i t y
  • 2. (image by flickr user elkit)
  • 3. First order of order: the objects themselves, arranged (image by flickr user stevecadman)
  • 4. Second order of order: the objects, represented (image by flickr user blmurch)
  • 5. Third order of order: everything is bits (image by flickr user Dmitry Baranovskiy)
  • 6. Bonaventure’s Positions of Thought M.C.Escher, Hand with Reflecting Sphere, 1935 used without permission
  • 7. Interdisciplines and the Subject Area Library
  • 8. Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814)
  • 9. Programmatic Space
  • 10. Physical and Virtual Spaces
  • 11. (images by flickr user Ewan McIntosh)
  • 12. Meeting Room Renovations at STH
  • 13. http://www2.lib.virginia.edu/scholarslab/
  • 14. Collection Development and Cataloging
  • 15. Moving Forward: Assessment and Implementation
  • 16. Conclusion: BU and Cyberinfrastructure
  • 17. Our Cultural Commonwealth: The report of the American Council of Learned Societies Commission on Cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities and Social Sciences (2006)
  • 18. Thank you! v z a f r i n @ b u . e d u j w a @ b u . e d u g w g r e e n @ b u . e d u

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