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Module by: Frederick Moody. E-mail the authorEdited By: Ben Allen

The Shape of Things to Come -- buy from Rice University Press.

All sessions will be held in the Auditorium of the Harrison Institute and Special Collections Library at the University of Virginia.

Friday, March 26

9:00:Opening Remarks

James Hilton, Vice-President and Chief Information Officer, University of Virginia

Karin Wittenborg, University Librarian, University of Virginia

Jerome McGann, John Stewart Bryan Professor of English, University of Virginia

10:30: Allison Muri, The Grub Street Project

Moderator: Andy Stauffer

Respondents: Robert Darnton, Laura Mandell

12:00: Lunch

1:30:Greg Nagy, Homer MultiText Project

Moderator: Michael Suarez

Respondents: Michael Moss, Hans Walter Gabler

3:00:Roger Bagnall, Integrating Digital Papyrology

Moderator: Joe Gilbert

Respondents: Greg Crane, Peter Robinson

6:45:Dinner, The Colonnade Club (Drinks 6:00)

Saturday, March 27

9:00:Alan Burdette, Evia Digital Archive Project

Moderator: Dana Wheeles

Respondents: John Unsworth John Rink

10:30: Project Structure and Project Sustainability

Moderator: Bethany Nowviskie

Panelists: Christine Madsen (for Paolo D’Iorio), Jennifer Edmond, Susan Schreibman

12:00: Lunch

1:30:Todd Presner, Hypercities Project: Berlin and Los Angeles

Moderator: David Germano

Respondents: Stephen Plog, Matthew G. Kirschenbaum

3:00:Kenneth M. Price, Civil War Washington Project and The Walt Whitman Archive

Moderator: Stephen Railton

Respondents: Dan Cohen, Timothy B. Powell

6:45:Dinner, The Colonnade Club (Drinks 6:00)

Sunday, March 28

9:00: Penny Kaiserlian, Rotunda

Moderator: Worthy Martin

Respondents: Paul Courant, Michael Keller

10:30: Intersystems: Publication, Research, Infrastructure

Moderator: Jerome McGann

Panelists: Chuck Henry, Geoffrey Rockwell

12:00: Raymond G. Siemens

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A lens is a custom view of the content in the repository. You can think of it as a fancy kind of list that will let you see content through the eyes of organizations and people you trust.

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