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Digital Resources in the Humanities '98
Glasgow, September 1998

DRH'98 Final Call For Registration

Digital Resources in the Humanities '98

University of Glasgow, 9-12 September 1998


The 3rd International Conference on Digital Resources in the Humanities
brings together the creators, users, distributors, and curators of digital
resources. DRH is the internationally recognised forum for those involved
in and benefiting from the digisation of our common cultural heritage. 
From the large number of proposals the Advisory Board has chosen 110
papers from leading practitioners in the application of digital techniques
and resources in the humanities, from the worlds of scholarship,
librarianship, and publishing to make this Conference once again the key
forum for those working in the humanities and digital resources.  The
programme spread over three days is complemented by software
demonstrations, an exhibition, and a rich social programme including
receptions, lunches, dinners and a Ceilidh.  All these things exciting
academic and social programme should create an atmosphere encourging
energetic discussion and the exchange of ideas. 


The full programme for DRH98 is available at


* Creation and management of digital resources (e.g. textual, visual, and
time-based). * Integration of digital resources. * Policies and strategies
for electronic delivery, both commercial and non-commercial. * Cataloguing
and metadata aspects of resource discovery. * Implications of digital
resources and electronic delivery for teaching, learning, and scholarship.
* Rights management (e.g. intellectual property rights). * Funding,
cost-recovery, and charging mechanisms. 


This is a reminder that the final day for early Registration for DRH98 is
the 1st of August 1998 (after this day a late registration supplement will
be required).  Online registration can be done at  
The Registration Fee for the Conference is GBP 225 and this includes
conference registration, reception in the Hunterian Art Gallery on the
Wednesday evening followed by dinner, lunches on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, dinner on Thursday evening, the conference dinner and Ceilidh on
Friday evening, and teas and coffees throughout the Conference, as well as
the book of abstracts.  Accommodation is not included and costs around GBP
18.50 to GBP 21.00 per night. 

We look forward to welcoming you to Glasgow and to what is going to be
a rich and rewarding Conference.

Lisa Whistlecroft              Coordinator               CTI Music