Editors’ Choice: The British Library at Digital Humanities 2014

This month Adam Farquhar and I attended Digital Humanities 2014 in Lausanne, Switzerland, the latest annual DH jamboree run by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations.

Two contributions proposed by the British Library made it through the rigorous peer review process and into the conference proper. Adam and I presented a poster on our vision for a digital infrastructure that would enable scaleable and innovative research with our digital collections. Very much intended as a conversation starter, we were heartened by the positive and constructive feedback we received. Entitled ‘Interoperable Infrastructures for Digital Research: A proposed pathway for enabling transformation’ this poster is available for use and reuse via Figshare.

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Source: Editors’ Choice: The British Library at Digital Humanities 2014

This content was selected for Digital Humanities Now by Editor-in-Chief Lisa Rhody based on nominations by Editors-at-Large: Abigail Scheg, Angela Zhou, Cinzia Pusceddu-Gangarosa, Daniel Petry, Estee Beck, Jeffery Temple, Lisa Munro, Rhae Lynn Barnes, Stephanie Barnwell, and Stephanie Beck Cohen.