2019 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL): HTRC Tutorial Bursaries

2019 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL): HTRC Tutorial Bursaries

HTRC Tutorial Information

Are you a librarian, researcher or student interested in learning more about digital scholarship methods and text mining? Register for our all-day June 6 tutorial at JCDL 2019, which will introduce library and information professionals to text mining and related digital scholarship methods, with a focus on the tools and data from the HathiTrust Research Center. This workshop is part of a series supported by the IMLS-funded project "Digging Deeper, Reaching Further: Libraries Empowering Users to Mine the HathiTrust Digital Library Resources." The aims of the DDRF workshops are to empower researchers and librarians to become more conversant in digital scholarship and engage with digital projects at their institutions.

This workshop will introduce attendees to the HathiTrust Research Center and its tools and services for computational text analysis research. The HTRC leverages the scope and scale of the HathiTrust Digital Library collection to create opportunities for researchers to perform text data mining on subsets of the corpus. Attendees will develop skills that will allow them to conduct basic text analysis research using HathiTrust data, learn techniques for engaging with scholars on their text data mining research, and explore strategies for computational access to large-scale digital collections.

Attendees can choose to just attend this workshop independently, or the full 2019 JCDL. More information is available on the JCDL 2019 website: https://2019.jcdl.org/

Tutorial Bursaries

Tutorial participants are eligible for a limited number of reimbursements available to be applied to tutorial/conference registration or eligible travel expenses up to $600. In order to be eligible to receive a reimbursement, you must fill out this brief form, be a permanent resident of the United States, and not be an employee of University of Illinois. Recipients will need to send receipts to JCDL conference staff in order to have eligible expenses reimbursed. These expenses could include:

  • JCDL conference registration
  • Lodging, per diem at State of Illinois rates, or other miscellaneous travel costs
  • Some economy airfare on US carriers (varies based on University policies)

If you are interested in applying for a reimbursement and are unsure if the expense is allowable, please reach out to Beth Etchison at betchisn@illinois.edu.

Only non-University of Illinois affiliates are eligible for this bursary.

required1. Are you an employee or student at University of Illinois?

required1. Are you an employee or student at University of Illinois?

Only non-University of Illinois affiliates are eligible for this bursary.

Only permanent US residents are eligible for reimbursements.

required2. Are you a legal permanent resident of the United States?

required2. Are you a legal permanent resident of the United States?

Only permanent US residents are eligible for reimbursements.