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Digital Humanities at the British Library

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02 May 2019

With a strong line up of speakers representing DH scholarship and academic libraries from around the world including North America, Japan, Australia and the UK, learn about the international scope of digital humanities research; how it is being applied to large content sets like newspapers, how it is being taught in the classrooms and what the library is doing to support DH within their institutions.

In addition, hear how academic/corporate partnerships are helping fund innovation, provide access to big datasets and promote standards in both data and pedagogy through initiatives like the Gale Digital Scholar Lab to make Digital Humanities available to everyone, regardless of experience.