Monthly Archives: November 2012

Crowdsourcing in the Humanities and Cultural Sector

A growing number of academic and collecting institutions are crowdsourcing to create and enhance online collections and resources more cost-effectively, engage the wider community, and enable research. Online volunteers are assisting with a wide range of tasks such as tagging, … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about Linked Data and LODLAM

We’ve (Conal Tuohy, Anna Gerber, Anne Cregan and Ingrid Mason) just run an Introduction to Linked Data workshop at eResearch Australasia 2012 conference (see wiki for presentations).  I won’t be bringing these fabulous computer scientists with me to NZ sadly … Continue reading

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Sign up and propose a session

Welcome! THATCamp W12 kicks off on Thursday 22 November at Victoria University of Wellington and we’d love to see you there. Find out how it works and sign up here. Check out some of the session proposals below, and when … Continue reading

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Mapping networks

Mapping the “degrees of separation” of the people attending THATCamp W12 Session proposal by Nancy Marquez My session proposal idea is to create a network map of the participants in attendance; I’d like to see how people with experience creating this … Continue reading

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National Digital Infrastructure

This is a fairly unwieldy topic, but a lot of my conversations seem to be veering in this direction. I’d like to propose a session to discuss what a future digital humanities infrastructure might look like in New Zealand. We … Continue reading

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Time to Propose a Session!

Here’s how it works. We have a schedule, but other than the workshops, we don’t have anything planned—you’re the ones who do the planning. Over the next three weeks you can post your session ideas to the THATCamp W12 blog. … Continue reading

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