Online access to recorded annual conference sessions.
At the 2014 Annual Conference in Washington, DC, four sessions, one from each of our compelling conference tracks, were recorded and are now available through our learning management system, PATH. Each recorded session corresponded to a subject track within the conference.
- Collaborative Projects in Open Access: Enhancing Discoverability of Your Collections via DPLA [Fostering Creativity] | details
- Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Art Historians [Power and Agency] | details
- The Politics of Change: Digital Humanities [Of, By and For the People] | details
- Picturing Dissent: Documentation of Labor Movements' Actions from the Late 19th Century to the Present [Preserve and Protect] | details
All conference attendees received logins to view these sessions as a part of their conference registration fee. Fees for those who were unable to attend the conference, but would like to register for the virtual content are as follows:
ARLIS/NA Members (includes members of our 15 affiliate organizations):
$25 for one session/$80 for all four sessions
$30 for one session/$105 for all four
Questions about the Virtual Conference can be sent to [who answers them? TEI or Ed Tech Sub?]