Forske på og berike digitaliserte samlinger

I juni 2020 bød Riksantikvarieämbetet, i samarbeid med Digital Humanities Uppsala universitet og Europeana, inn til seks webbinarer i serien ”Berika metadata – berika forskning”. Innspillingene finnes i lenke under.

Innholdsfortegnelse

  • Introduktion – Åsa Larsson, RiksantikvarieämbetetPresentation av serien och inbjudna talare
  • Webbinarium 1 – Anna Foka, Uppsala Universitet:​Enriching the invisible stories of women – Carl Sahlin’s Collection at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Sweden.
  • Webbinarium 2 – Stuart Dunn, King’s College, London:​Ancient Itineraries – Exploring Digital Art History
  • Webbinarium 3 – Koraljka Golub, Linnéuniversitetet: ​Searching for humanities – The promise of digital
  • Webbinarium 4 – Karin Glasemann, Nationalmuseum:​Use and let reuse! Digitisation, data enrichment and access at Nationalmuseum
  • Webbinarium 5 – Enrichment and Outreach for Collections:​Hugo Manguinhas, Albin Larsson, Larissa Borck
  • Webbinarium 6 – Mia Carlsson & Marcus Smith, Riksantikvarieämbetet: ​SOCH/K-Samsök – Aggregating national collection metadata

Enriching Metadata Webinar 1: Anna Foka - Enriching the invisible stories of women

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Webbinarium 2 – Stuart Dunn, King’s College, London: Ancient Itineraries – Exploring Digital Art History

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Webbinarium 3 – Koraljka Golub, Linnéuniversitetet: Searching for humanities – The promise of digital

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Webbinarium 4 – Karin Glasemann, Nationalmuseum: Use and let reuse! Digitisation, data enrichment and access at Nationalmuseum

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Webbinarium 5 – Enrichment and Outreach for Collections:​Hugo Manguinhas, Albin Larsson, Larissa Borck

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Webbinarium 6 – Mia Carlsson & Marcus Smith, Riksantikvarieämbetet: ​SOCH/K-Samsök – Aggregating national collection metadata

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