Panel discussion for th DHOXSS 2015.
David De Roure, Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford (Chair), Lucie Burgess, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford, Tim Crawford, Computing Department, Goldsmiths, University of London, Andrew Prescott, University of Glasgow, and Jane Winters, Institute of Historical Research, University of London.
We are transforming our individual and collective lives through digital technology, in the ways we communicate and create our knowledge and understanding of the world and the human record of it. How is research in the Humanities leading this potential and responding to its limits? Is current practice in teaching, training, learning, research, storing, curating, and delivering knowledge fit to support, communicate, and encourage citizen participation in these developments? How do they affect our infrastructure requirements, now and into the future?