In March 2018, Douglas Anderson, Professor of English and Digital Literacies in the Interdisciplinary Studies Department and, since 2016, guest researcher at the Huygens Instituut voor Nederlands Geschiedenis (Huygens Institute for Netherlands History), made a presentation at the opening event of a series of workshops on scientist biographies being held over the next year at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. His presentation provided an overview of the challenges that the digital humanities present for biographers throughout the process, from research to publication. His next presentation will be about the differences between document design and information design.

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