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24 June 2020: Museums and AI: Imagining the AI We Want for Museums – Dr Oonagh Murphy

To help celebrate the launch of the Digital Cultural Heritage cluster in the Centre for Data, Culture and Society at the University of Edinburgh, a virtual seminar will take place on 24 June, 4pm. All are welcome, and you can sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/museums-and-ai-imagining-the-ai-we-want-for-museums-tickets-105239247422 Museums and AI: Imagining the AI We Want for Museums Museums […]

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29 October 2019: Responsible Operations – Previewing a Community Research Agenda, seminar with Thomas Padilla

Sign up here Tue, 29 October 2019, 17:00 – 19:00 GMT G.07, Informatics Forum, Crichton Street, Edinburgh Cultural heritage practitioners and their partners express increased interest in the use of algorithmic methods. They seek to improve collection description and discovery, develop machine actionable collections, and create space for members of their organisations to expand skills […]

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4 April 2019: Engaging with Digital Cultural Heritage – Stirling

This one-day event, held at the Engine Shed in Stirling, will bring together cultural heritage professionals and researchers from across Scotland for a programme of talks, structured conversations, showcases and networking on the topic of ‘engaging with digital cultural heritage’. Our aim for the day is to establish a shared research and development agenda that […]

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20 November 2018. Seminar: Narrative and digital cultural heritage

20 November 2018, 3-5pm 5.02 Charteris Land, Moray House, University of Edinburgh Attendance is free and all are welcome, but numbers are limited – please sign up here. For this DCHRN seminar, we’re delighted to welcome two exciting speakers – Maria Economou and Pooja Katara – who will help us explore aspects of cultural heritage narrative and […]

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Summary of ‘Exploring Digital Public Spaces’ Workshop – 1 June

This post was written by Dr Liz Stainforth, who was a fellow in the Institute of Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh this spring. This post was originally published at https://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/news/exploring-digital-public-spaces Last month, on the 1 June, the University’s Institute of Advanced Studies (IASH) hosted the ‘Exploring Digital Public Spaces’ workshop, which I […]

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18 June – Cultural Heritage and Community Engagement Research Workshop

A new research group with a focus on cultural heritage and community engagement has formed at the University of Edinburgh, and their inaugural workshop is taking place on 18 June. DCHRN members are welcome! More information and registration is at https://www.ed.ac.uk/history-classics-archaeology/news-events/events/workshop-cultural-heritage-community-engagement This one-day workshop will be led by Dr Joanne Rowland and Dr Tanja Romankiewicz. There […]

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1 June 2018: Exploring Digital Public Spaces, University of Edinburgh

This full-day workshop is being organised by Dr Liz Stainforth, a visiting fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh, and several DCHRN members are presenting. Places are limited, so please do book ahead if you would like to attend! The digital is transforming culture. This workshop will […]

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DCHRN Seminar, 9 Feb 2018. Professor Melissa Terras, Wandering Through OpenGlam

We’re delighted to announce the first DCHRN event of 2018, featuring Professor Melissa Terras, who has recently joined the University of Edinburgh (and the DCHRN steering group) as Professor of Digital Cultural Heritage. Come and hear from Melissa about some of her thinking around openness and the use and re-use of digitised content. There will […]

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21 November, Seminar. Creators and Copyright: Voices from the field

The Centre for Research in Digital Education is hosting a seminar with Dr Smita Kheria, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, on Tuesday 21 November at noon. All are welcome – please sign up at the link below. more information & signup Abstract Copyright, as a key issue that concerns both the creative industries and individual creative […]

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19 July – Workshop – Animating Archives: Curating Small Research Data

Workshop, University of Edinburgh, 19 July 2017. A crucial challenge in the rapidly changing landscape of ‘data management’ is exciting the involvement of a wider range of researchers, and research data, than is currently the case. In particular, the focus on ‘big data’ and the computational possibilities of large datasets, has contributed to a sense […]