Speakers came from across the University and from the international academic community, drawing audiences at all student levels and career stages, as well as professional staff from the Museums and Libraries, academic visitors to the University and members of the public.
Working in partnership with colleagues across the Bodleian and the wider University, the Centre provides a hub for sharing ideas and practices in digital scholarship across disciplines.
Michaelmas Term Talks
- Telling Ancient Tales to Modern Machines: representing Sumerian literary narratives as RDF
- Songs of Data: An introduction to sonification
- Digital representations of manuscript provenance: reconstructing the history of the Phillipps collection
- An Ultra-Fast Camera for Molecular Imaging
- Discursive Networks about Youth in the late Soviet Union
Michaelmas Term Training Workshops
- Introduction to Visualization in Digital Scholarship
- Reborn Digital: text, transmission, and technology
Judith Siefring and Pip Willcox
- Linked Data for Digital Scholarship: introducing the Semantic Web
- ORA Workshop: discovery and digital curation of scholarly output
Sarah Barkla, F Eugenio Barrio-Madias, Jason Partridge, Juliet Ralph, David Tomkins
- What am I? Rare Books Discovery and Metadata Augmentation Workshop
Lucy Evans, Sarah Wheale, and Pip Willcox
- Maker Fayre: Engaging audiences with Early English data—a hackathon training session
Iain Emsley and Liz McCarthy
We are grateful to all our collaborators, speakers, workshop leaders, and audience members for their enthusiastic engagement with the new Fell-funded Centre, and look forward to welcoming more people through Hilary Term.