Last minute session proposal – Disruption Theory

I’m interested in gathering a group of people to talk through some implications of disruption theory (developed by Clayton Christensen) on the humanities, and for academic, library, and museum institutions.

I proposed a similar session at THATCamp Museum 2012 and it was well received, so I figured why not again?

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About cchelberg

I’m a Library Science masters student with a longstanding interest in technology, but a background in Classics. For example, I was initially interested in robotics, but I recognized my interests shifting in college and switched. I’ve gotten interested in metadata and journal publishing economics, not to mention privacy and copyright issues. I feel that the digital humanities will improve the ability of scholars to dig through data to come to more complex and relevant analysis on all issues.