The Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) Open Webinar, May 27, 2021 about the role of RESILIENCE, entitled: “Mediating Between Physical and Digital Collections - The Need for a Religious Studies RI”.
“Mediating Between Physical and Digital Collections: The Need for a Religious Studies RI”
KU Leuven – Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
Thursday, May 27, 2021
14.00–15.30 pm CET (13.00–14.30 pm EET)
The webinar will highlight the work of the Maurits Sabbe Library and its mediation between physical collections and electronic resources, the preservation and research efforts done by the KU Leuven Book Heritage Lab, and the expertise of the technical service provider LIBIS in data management and the development of ReIReSearch. By focusing on the work and interaction of these actors, this webinar will explore how a religious studies research infrastructure relies on existing expertise and also offers opportunities to a new generation of researchers.
The webinar will be of interest for a wide audience, including academics, scholars, junior and senior researchers, PhD and Master’s students…) interested in the study and research of religion.
Registration can be completed by sending an email to Sander Vloebergs. You will then receive a Zoom link with the passcode and the program of the webinar in a timely manner that will allow you to participate
Registrations will be open until May 26, 2021.
The working language will be English.