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Find Athenaeum21 at the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Fall Membership Meeting in Washington, DC on December 10 and 11

4 Dec 2018


Members of the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) can find Athenaeum21 (A21) at the Fall Membership Meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information, on December 10 and 11 in Washington DC at the Omni Shoreham Hotel.


Athenaeum21 co-founders Christine Madsen and Megan Hurst will be presenting two project briefings at the conference: "Are Digital Humanities Projects Sustainable? A Proposed Service Model for a DH Technology Infrastructure" (Monday, December 10, 2:30-3:15 PM, Session 1.8), and "Technology is not the Answer. Why Digital is not the Most Important Aspect of Your Digital Strategy" (Tuesday, December 11, 9:00-9:45 AM, Session 5.2). Not attending the conference? You can still follow the trending topics being addressed via the conference Twitter hashtag at #cni18f on December 10 and 11.


If you are at the conference, or just in the DC area, and would like to meet up for a complimentary Athenaeum21 consultation on how we can help you get your most important priorities accomplished in 2018 and beyond, contact us here, or send a Twitter direct message to  @A21_US. We would be happy to discuss your needs and our capabilities!

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About the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)
CNI promotes the use of digital information technology to advance scholarship and education, and includes members from higher education institutions, publishers, scholarly & professional organizations, libraries, information technology & telecommunications companies, government agencies, and foundations.


About Athenaeum21 Consulting

Athenaeum21 (A21) is an international digital strategy and technology planning consultancy serving organizations that want to derive more value from their past and future investments in data, information, knowledge management, and from the technologies that support them. A21’s approach includes data-driven, iterative assessment, strategy, and implementation, always aligning organizational missions and goals with end-user needs and behaviors. A21 clients include leading organizations in the research and development, publishing, higher education, and cultural heritage sectors in North America and Europe.






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