Experiments in Digital Scholarship: people, technology, and Ada Lovelace

All are welcome to attend this seminar which reflects on the work of the Bodleian Libraries’ Centre for Digital Scholarship and in particular the EPSRC-funded Fusing Audio and Semantic Technologies project.

Our use of digital technologies and methods to transform our working  practices, and how we communicate research, is well established. Two years ago the Bodleian Libraries’ Centre for Digital Scholarship opened with a mission to bring together people, technology and ideas. We have  experimented with different approaches in sharing research methods and outcomes with multidisciplinary audiences, and in catalyzing and enabling new research and study. This talk reflects on some of the Centre’s activity, and focuses in particular on our work in one project:  the EPSRC-funded Fusing Audio and Semantic Technologies.

The seminar will be given by Pip Willcox, Head of the Centre for Digital Scholarship, and has been organised by Kellogg Junior Research Fellow, Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran.

Find out more and register to attend via this Eventbrite page.