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Author Archives: Joseph Dunne-Howrie
***Xiaiqin Zhang, Zoi Pegiadou, Luke Buckley and Nicolas Dunn*** The Morning: After an introduction the first presentation was hosted by Daniel Pett, who talked about ‘Cultural Heritage Digital Collections’ and what could be done with them. One of the points … Continue reading
***Wanting Wang, Valentina Dine and Valerie Valentine*** The British Labs symposium brought together a vast amount of new ideas and innovations that used the British Library’s digital collections and data to the table. It showed us the applications of learnt … Continue reading
***Sarah Feehan, Stephanie Mcmullan, Susanne Trokhymenko and Tim Darach*** “The British Library Labs (BL Labs) Symposium showcases innovative projects that use the British Library’s digital content and data, and provides a platform for development, networking and debate in the Digital … Continue reading
***Rachel Cummings, Omar Ebanks and Nicola Swann*** LIS professionals as agents of change – Rachel Well, the 2018 British Library Symposium was truly an incredible experience! The symposium is considered to be both a conference and a conversation, providing a … Continue reading