CNI Spring 2010 meeting

The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) is currently holding its Spring Meeting in Baltimore. As usual, several of the speakers are of interest to us. When I was going through the schedule, these jumped out at me:

  • M. Page (Emory University), “Mapping the Sanctuary of the Great Gods”: about an important Hellenic and pre-Hellenic religious sanctuary on the island of Samothrace; “It is through an amalgamation of hypermedia, computer-aided design (CAD), geographic information systems (GIS), 3D modeling, and cartographic representation techniques that the project seeks to analyze, document, and communicate the convergent research of both recent and past expeditions …”
  • M. Hoogerwerf (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) and R. Brandsma (University of Amsterdam), “Scientific Data and Electronic Publishing:¬†Examining Two Projects – Publishing Enhanced Publications Using Repository Infrastructure”: “The SURFshare program, comprising all Dutch universities, has created a common repository infrastructure that facilitates researchers’ ability to share and access scientific and scholarly information.” “…¬†creation of a publishing and archiving infrastructure for enhanced publications for the new open access e-Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries (JALC).”


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