It is our pleasure and privilege to host 3 plenary sessions at Digitorium 2017, including 2 formal presentations and our first live plenary brainstorming session on virtual reality!

  • Scott Gwara (Univ. of South Carolina), creator of MS-Link, will share his project, a database reunifying scattered manuscripts into codices
  • Anne MacNeil (Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and Deanna Shemek (Univ. of California at Santa Cruz), co-Principal Investigators for interactive digital database of early modern music, manuscripts, and ceramics, the Isabella D’Este Archive, will share their work, and include us in a detailed brainstorming session discussing features that would be good to include in the new virtual reality component of their site, the Virtual Studiolo.

Hallway in Gorgas Library leading to the plenary speaker venue, room 205