International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities 2009
Program


 Day One: December 1 (Tuesday):University Library Conference Hall
  08:40 ~ 09:10  
Registration
  09:10 ~ 09:30  
Open Ceremony
  09:30 ~ 10:30  
Keynote Speech I:Digital Archives and Historical Studies
Speaker: Tay-Sheng Wang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan   [slide]
Host: Hsueh-Hua Chen, National Taiwan University
  10:30 ~ 11:00  
Coffee Break
  11:00 ~ 12:00  
Keynote Speech II:Historical Scholarship and Pedagogy in the Commons Era
Speaker: Sharon Leon, George Mason University, USA   [slide]
Host: Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University
  12:00 ~ 13:20  
Lunch
  13:20 ~ 14:00  
Poster & Demo
  14:00 ~ 15:40  
University Library Conference Hall
Paper Session:  Creation of Digital Collections for Humanities (I)
Chair:Prof. Junko Iwabuchi, Keio University, Japan
A Platform for Visualizing and Sharing Collective Cultural Information
Shinya Saito,Shin Ohno&Mitsuyuki Inaba,
Ritsumeikan University, Japan[slide]
Room 101 Barry Lam Hall
Paper Session:  Text Mining
Chair:Chin-Tang Tsai, National Taiwan Normal University
Prediction on Rank Promotion Based on Career Sequence of Government Officials
Jyi-Shane Liu&Long-Ping Lai,
National Chengchi University[slide]
The Establishment of the Theme Poetry
Wei-Yi Chang,
National Taiwan University[slide]
  15:40 ~ 16:00  
Coffee Break
  16:00 ~ 17:40  
University Library Conference Hall
Paper Session:  Creation of Digital Collections for Humanities (II)
Chair:Prof. Jyi-Shane Liu, National Chengchi University
Semi-supervised Chinese Historical Named Entity Extraction with Active Learning
Chih-Hao Yeh, Yu-Chun Wang&Richard Tzong-Han Tsai,
National Chung Cheng University[slide]
Room 101 Barry Lam Hall
Paper Session:  Creation of Digital Collections for Humanities (III)
Chair:Chang-Yi Chang, National Taiwan University 
Applying GIS Technology in Buddhist Digital Archive Projects
Jen-Jou Hung,Marcus Bingenhimer,Bo-Yong Zhang,Jhih-Sian Lee&Ren-shun Hung,
Dharma Drum Buddhist College, Taiwan[slide]
  18:00 ~ 20:00    Reception



 Day Two: December 2 (Wednesday):University Library Conference Hall
  08:40 ~ 09:00  
Registration
  09:00 ~ 10:00  
Keynote Speech III:Recentering the Humanities
Speaker:Neil Fraistat, University of Maryland, USA  [slide]
Host: Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University
  10:00 ~ 10:20  
Coffee Break
  10:20 ~ 12:30  
Panel:Digital Humanities in Asia Pacific
Chair: Prof. Neil Fraistat, University of Maryland, USA
Keiji Yano, Ritsumeikan University, Japan [slide]
Jane Hunter, The University of Queensland, Australia [slide]
Jungyeoun Lee, Kyouggi University, SEOUL Korea [slide]
Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan[slide]
Round Table Discussion
  12:30 ~ 13:30  
Lunch
  13:30 ~ 14:30  
University Library Conference Hall
Keynote Speech IV:The Creation and Use of Historical Archives Databases
Speaker:Mi-Cha Wu, National Cheng Kung University [slide]
Host:Wei-Ying Ku, National Taiwan University
Room 201 Barry Lam Hall
  14:30 ~ 16:10  
University Library Conference Hall
Paper Session:  Applications in Historical Studies
Chair:Prof. Mi-Cha Wu, National Cheng Kung University
The Document Processing Workflow of THDL, Taiwan History Digital Library
Szu-Pei Chen,Jieh Hsiang&Hsieh Chang Tu,
National Taiwan University
[slide]
Room 201 Barry Lam Hall
  16:10 ~ 16:30  
Coffee Break
  16:30 ~ 18:10  
University Library Conference Hall
Paper Session:  Applications in Humanities
Chair:Prof. Chia-Yu Hu, National Taiwan University
Two Digital Initiatives: New Jersey Digital Highway and NJVid
Judy Jeng,
Clarion University of Pennsylvania
[slide]
Digital Access and Preserving:A Unique Collection in Humanities
Atifa Rawan&Yan Han,
The University of Arizona Libraries
[slide]
Room 201 Barry Lam Hall




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