Session LT 2 - Lightning Talks

Date Added:

24 October 2019

Chair: Andrea McKinnon-Matthews, School Archivist St Peter's College
 

a. Reading Architectural Drawings

Julie Collins

Summary

Using the collection of the Architecture Museum at the University of South Australia, this lightning talk will focus on architectural drawings; discuss why are they significant as sources of information; and briefly explain how to read them.

Biography

Dr Julie Collins is Collections Manager and Research Associate at the Architecture Museum at the University of South Australia. Julie has been working with the collection for over 15 years, managing the collection, acting as research archivist and curating exhibitions. She also researches aspects of architectural history. Projects include work on women architects and their records, and analysis of the cultural significance of architectural records. Julie is also a researcher and editor for the 'Architects of South Australia' database which documents the lives and works of a selection of the state's architects.

 

b. Design Framework for Digital Records Management of New Business Processes: The Case of the Internet Court in China

Bingyang Li - Xuenan Zhang

Summary

The type of the submission is the poster. This poster reports on the findings of the study of designing framework for digital records management of new business processes: the case of the Internet Court in China.

Biography

Bingyang Li

Bingyang Li B.A. is a 1st year graduate student at the School of Information Resource Management (iSchool@RUC); she is interested in records management and digital memory.

Xuenan Zhang

Xuenan Zhang B.A. worked as an English teacher and is now 1st year graduate student at the School of Information Resource Management (iSchool@RUC). She is interested in records and information management.

c. Research on Archival Storytelling in the Digital Age

Li Niu - Lulu Wang - Yongjun Xu

Summary

As one of the basic disciplines in the domain of digital humanities, archival science focuses on topics such as identity, collective memory and community archives, which lead to the levels of self-expression and communication. It’s believed that in addition to the above two levels, the archives can also provide objective knowledge with the support of 3D and VR technologies, that is, to produce the levels of description and argumentation.

Biography

Niu Li

Niu Li, PhD, is associate professor of the School of Information Resource Management of Renmin University of China, doctoral supervisor and assistant dean. He is interested in digital humanities, digital memory, complex social networks, knowledge-based research and engineering applications.

Lulu Wang 

Lulu Wang is a second year PhD student of School of Information Resource Management in Renmin University of China. Her research area is mainly about digital humanities and archival roles in the digital world. She has published 4 journal papers and 2 international conference papers related to this area until now.

Yongjun Xu 

Yongjun Xu has a PhD in management, and is professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Information Resource Management in Renmin University of China. He is also a deputy director of the Beijing Humanistic Research Foundation.