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Megan Senseney
Research Scientist

Megan Senseney

Contact

Phone: 217-244-5574
Fax: 217-244-3302
Email: mfsense2@illinois.edu

CIRSS Publications

Nurmikko-Fuller, T., Page, K., Willcox, P., Jett, J., Maden, C., Cole, T., Fallaw, C., Senseney, M., & Downie, J. S.  (2015, June).  Building Complex Research Collections in Digital Libraries: A Survey of Ontology Implications.  Paper presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015, Knoxville, TN.  Read more

Jett, J., Maden, C., Fallaw, C., Senseney, M., & Downie, J. S. (2015, March). Conceptualizing worksets for non-consumptive research. Poster presented at the 2015 iConference, Newport Beach, CA. Read more

Fenlon, K., Senseney, M., Green, H., Bhattacharyya, S., Willis, C, & Downie, J. S. (2014, October). Scholar-built collections: A study of user requirements for research in large-scale digital libraries. Paper presented at ASIS&T 2014, Seattle, WA. Read more

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CIRSS Projects

Publishing Without Walls: Understanding the Needs of Scholars in a Contemporary Publishing Environment
PI: John Wilkin (University Library); co-PI: Ronald Bailey (African American Studies Department); co-PI: Antoinette Burton (Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities); co-PI: Allen Renear (iSchool at Illinois); Project Manager: Megan Senseney (iSchool at Illinois)
Funding Agency: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The Whole Tale: Merging Science and Cyberinfrastructure Pathways
Bertram Ludaescher, PI (Illinois); Kyle Chard, co-PI (U of Chicago); Victoria Stodden, co-PI (Illinois); Matthew Turk, co-PI (Illinois); Niall Gaffney, co-PI (Texas Advanced Computing Center)
Funding Agency: NSF - CC*DNI DIBBS

Past CIRSS Events

March 31, 2016
DH Reading Group: Authorship and Scholarly Reputation in Digital Publishing
ReadingsNicholas, D., Herman, E., Jamali, H., Rodriguez-Bravo, B., Boukacem-Zeghmouri, C., Dobrowolski, T. and Pouchot, S. (2015), New ways of building, showcasing, and measuring scholarly reputation.…

January 21, 2016
Data Mining the American Literary Canon: Metacanon.org and Quantitative Canon Analysis
METACANON is an interactive canon generator that measures the canonicity of literary works based on the number of citations they have received in scholarly journals.Bio:Guest Speaker Nathan Conroy, Br…

October 29, 2015
Digital Humanities Reading Group Meeting
The next meeting date for the IPRH’s Digital Humanities Reading Group will be on Thursday October 29th. This month we will be discussing the intersection of cultural criticism and topic modeling wit…

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