|Chad J. Kainz
Senior Director, NSIT Academic Technologies
University of Chicago
|David A. Greenbaum
Director, Data Services
University of California, Berkeley
Funded by The Andrew W. Mellon foundation, Project Bamboo is an 18-month arts and humanities cyberinfrastructure planning project that aims to explore how shared technology services can enhance research, learning, and scholarship. The first series of workshops engaged over 350 people from nearly 100 institutions and organizations worldwide in exploring and detailing contemporary scholarly practice. The second workshop in mid-October built upon the previous work and defined and refined the direction of Bamboo. This briefing will bring CNI members up-to-date with the latest information regarding the project including findings to date and the evolving directions for Bamboo.