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A three-part event to celebrate the Colonial North America at Harvard Library digitization project.

On the first day, Karin Wulf, Director of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, will open with a special keynote address and Library staff will share the inspiration for and execution of the project. The following days will include special panels, led by colleagues and various subject-area experts on topics related to emerging ideas about digital content.

Each day will run from 11:00am EDT to 12:30pm EDT on Zoom.

  • Tuesday, April 6
    Digital Access and Making Early America Vast
    A keynote address from Karin Wulf, Director of the Omohundro Institute and Professor of History at William & Mary College
     
  • Wednesday, April 7
    Using Digitized Manuscript Collections in New Contexts
     
  • Thursday, April 8
    Artificial Intelligence and Access to Manuscript Materials

Please visit our registration page to sign up for one or all of the sessions.