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Alison Langmead
Alison Langmead Associate Professor


Institution of highest degree:
PhD, Columbia University

Research Interests

Digital humanities, contemporary digital and physical information management issues, the management of non-textual information, the history of the archives and records management professions.

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Recent Publications

Recent Publications:

Birnbaum, David and Langmead, Alison (2017) Task-Driven Programming Pedagogy in the Digital Humanities. In: New Directions for Computing Education. Springer International Publishing, 63 - 85. ISBN 978-3-319-54225-6

Langmead, Alison and Otis, Jessica M. and Warren, Christopher N. and Weingart, Scott B. and Zilinksi, Lisa D. (2016) Towards Interoperable Network Ontologies for the Digital Humanities. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 10 (1). 22 - 35. ISSN 1753-8548

"Managing Research Data: Challenges and Opportunities." Invited panel presentation at the Senate of the University of Pittsburgh Plenary, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 2014.

"Curatorial Practice as Production of Visual & Spatial Knowledge." Invited panel presentation at the "Debating Visual Knowledge" conference, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 2014.

"Data Visualization as a Model for Engaged Practice." Invited talk presented at the "Big Data in Libraries" conference, Western New York Library Resources Council, Syracuse, New York, April 2014.

Recent Academic Products:

Itinera. Web resource found at Technical Director and Project Manager, 2012-present.

Constellations. Web resource found at Designer, Information Architect, Implementation Lead, 2013-present.

“The History of Archival Education in America: What's Next?” In Proceedings of the 2014 Archival Education and Research Institute, edited by Richard J. Cox, Alison Langmead, and Nora Mattern (Sacramento: Litwin Books, forthcoming 2015).