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The Launch of ‘Heaney at Queen’s’ Digital Exhibition

Special Collections and Archives at Queen's Univesity Belfast are proud to release a very special curated digital collection "Heaney at Queen's" in commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the...

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In Advance of the Day of DH 2014

It’s been a day of prep on all fronts for tomorrow. Launching the Heaney at Queen’s Exhibition as part of a larger symposium has involved consultation with various stockholders in the...

Omeka in the Wild: Practicing What We Preach

Over the past few years, in consultations with a wide variety of projects I have increasingly identified opportunities where Omeka would make an excellent platform for digital curation. However,...

Omeka on the Big Screen

We did a soft launch of the Sir Robert Hart 1835-1911 digital exhibition on the amazing 42inch touchscreen installed in the Library. Although not planning for making the product available to...

Keeping the Power of Visualisation in Mind

The rather innocuously titled 'Visualising helps make sense of data' by Teresa Tocewicz crossed my radar this morning. It's a short, succinct piece that doesn't raise any contentious ides,...

Devising Best Practises in Digital Curation

Trevor Owens has shared a thoughtful discussion looking towards considering a Style Guide Digital Collection Hypertexts. In it he considers what could become shared and best practise approach to...

Pondering Exhibit

Thanks to all the hearty souls who participated in the Introduction to SIMILE Exhibit today. Our first full day workshop was well attended and I appreciated the thoughtful interaction....

Surveying a Disparate Field

Thank you to all attendees at the DH workshop this afternoon. I really appreciated the thoughtful questions and comments. I was very struck by the call for humanities programmes...

Visualising Visualisation and Data Density

Thank you to all of today's participants in the Introduction to Data Visualisation in the Humanities seminar. I very much appreciated your thoughts, attention and hope that you each...