Annual Conference Materials: Digital Humanities

View or download Powerpoint slides, PDF files, handouts, video, and other materials from past annual conference presentations.


Scores of scores : what's going on with the growing number of scores on YouTube (Orlando 2017: Matthew Ertz)

Seeing the Trends: Data Visualization and Developing a Local Music Collection (Orlando 2017: Stephanie Lewin-Lane, Mary Manning)

Approaches to Visualizing Data with Spatial and Temporal Tools (Cincinnati 2016: Francesca Giannetti)


Bridging Emerging and Established Approaches to Music Research (Cincinnati 2016: David Hunter, Timothy Duguid, Bonna Boettcher)

Digital Curation with Omeka  (Cincinnati 2016: Anna Kijas)

Sounds of Stanford and the Bay Area: Embedding the Stanford Digital Repository into teaching and learning (Cincinnati 2016: Best of Chapters Award: Jonathan Manton)


Text Mining for Music Research (Cincinnati 2016: Janelle Varin)



Web Archiving for Music Librarians (Cincinnati 2016: Kent Underwood)



Digital Musicology: the Role of Music Library Collections (Denver 2015: Frances Barulich, Bonna J. Boettcher, Elizabeth Davis, Darwin F. Scott, Sarah J. Adams, Jane Gottlieb, Susan Vita)

No server? No money? No problem! Hosting digital collections with ebrary's DASH! (Denver 2015: Kristina Shanton)



Web Archiving for Music History (Denver 2015: Kent Underwood, Robin Preiss)




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