GLAM data hokey pokey/tokey and digital humanities research

VALA2014 CONCURRENT SESSION 10: Digging Culture
Thursday 6 February 2014, 10:30 - 11:00
Persistent URL: http://www.vala.org.au/vala2014-proceedings/vala2014-session-10-mason

Ingrid Mason

Intersect Australia, NSW

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Abstract

Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAMs) have a long and rich history in providing services and maintaining collections in support of humanities research. New methods of scholarly research in the digital humanities have emerged. GLAM “data” is in the main still delivered in ways that suit traditional methods of research, that is, through a website, an online catalogue or exhibition, and social media sites. GLAMs can extend their collection services and repackage their content to meet increasing technical requirements of digital humanities researchers by making the content available in new ways.

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