[MEI-L] Call for collaboration: A Directory of Digital Scholarship in Music, Oct 12
francesca.giannetti at gmail.com
Fri Oct 8 20:39:47 CEST 2021
I'd like to remind you about the upcoming asynchronous crowdsourcing event
next Tuesday, October 12, to expand the Directory of Digital Scholarship in
Music (https://rutgersdh.github.io/musicdh/). Right now we have 76 projects
in the directory, but I know there's a lot more out there. We'll be
convening on the #digital_humanities channel of the Music Library
Association's Slack. There’s no special expertise required to contribute,
just a willingness to help out. If you reserve (at
https://forms.gle/EbfeFo1C4Tez7aSE9), I'll send an invitation to the MLA
Slack channel and a Zoom link for video chatting. Please consider joining
us or helping to spread the word. And this perhaps goes without saying, but
considering that the presentation of the directory is still in flux, any
comments or suggestions you might have about the structure of the site or
the genre categories are most welcome.
With kind regards,
On Fri, Aug 27, 2021 at 8:00 AM Francesca Giannetti <
francesca.giannetti at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear MEI-L,
> The Digital Humanities Interest Group of the Music Library Association
> invites you to help curate an online bibliography of specialized digital
> resources and born-digital scholarship in music. This project will engage
> the community in compiling entries in an open, shared online data sheet.
> First begun during the Music Library Association’s Annual Meeting in
> Portland in 2018, we are seeking to expand the bibliography with
> contributions from the past three years in the fields of (digital) music
> archives and librarianship, musicology and ethnomusicology, and music
> theory. The dataset will be used to produce an online directory that
> provides browse, preview, and search functionality, allowing users to enter
> the comprehensive bibliography through a variety of pathways.
> How it works
> This will be an online, asynchronous effort, held on Tuesday, October 12,
> 2021, throughout the day. The following Wednesday, October 13, may be
> reserved for wrap-up activities. You can of course enter project(s) on the
> data sheet (
> at any time before or after those dates. Although before is better to be
> included in this year’s online directory.
> You can get help and ask questions of our project moderators on the Music
> Library Association Slack, Twitter, or via email. Reserve at
> https://forms.gle/EbfeFo1C4Tez7aSE9 to receive a Slack invitation and
> additional event details!
> Call published at https://rutgersdh.github.io/musicdh/cfc/. Please share
> with students and colleagues!
> All the best,
> Francesca Giannetti (she/her)
> Digital Humanities Librarian
> Rutgers University–New Brunswick
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