We are committed to disseminating our work locally, nationally, and internationally. This is a selected list of recent presentations and papers.
- Michael Popham delivered a paper at DH2015, in Sydney, Australia on the EEBO-TCP’s creation and release into the public domain of 25,000 texts earlier this year.
- Sally Rumsey gave a talk at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on ‘Research data services at the University of Oxford’ as part of their Research data management: where are we now? event. The slides are available.
- Emma Stanford presented Digital.Bodleian to a group of Engineering Science alumni as part of the University’s Alumni Weekend.
- Pip Willcox gave papers on the Bodleian’s First Folio and digital scholarship iniatives at Japanese Association for Digital Humanities 2015 conference at the University of Kyoto; at a research seminar at the University of Tokyo; at Digital Material at NUI Galway with David De Roure; and at Vers une littérature mondiale à l’heure du numérique? at the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Sorbonne.