Experimenting with the British Library’s digital content and data for your research

On Monday 29th February 2016, 12.00-15.00, British Library Labs and Digital Humanities at The Open University are running a workshop aimed at researchers that will:

  • Showcase of some of the British Library’s digital content and data
  • Look at the challenges faced when working with digital content and data of this nature
  • Examine some of the projects that researchers, artists, and entrepreneurs have created based on the British Library’s digital content and data
  • Have an ‘Ideas Lab’ where groups of attendees will be encouraged to explore, experiment and think of ideas of what they might do with the British Library’s digital content and data. Each group will pitch their ideas to the Labs and Open University panel who will give feedback on how they might be implemented – and there’s even the chance to win a goody bag!

This event will take place in the Library Presentation Room at The Open University Library, Milton Keynes. Full details can be found on the Digital Humanities at The Open University blog. Please register for this event through its Eventbrite page by 22nd February 2016.

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