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Digitization of History Project: Centre for History and Economics, King's College

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The digitization of history project was started in May 2007 by a group of graduate students, faculty, and visiting faculty at the University of Cambridge, and is supported by the Centre for History and Economics at Harvard University and at King’s College Cambridge. It seeks to encourage discussion of the consequences of new uses of information for historians, and to explore new ways of increasing access to archives and other sources of information.

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Research in a digital age - experience from The National Archives

UserNatalie Ceeney (Chief Executive, The National Archives) and David Thomas (Director of Technology and Chief Information Officer, The National Archives).

HouseB-Dining Room, Trinity Hall, Trinity Lane.

ClockWednesday 28 May 2008, 17:00-18:30

Digitization of the Robert Hart Collection at Queen's University Belfast

UserDeirdre Wildy (Senior Subject Librarian, Arts and Humanities, Queen’s University Belfast) and Jennifer Regan (Visiting Research Fellow, 2007-08, Queen’s University Belfast).

HouseLeslie Stephen Room, Trinity Hall.

ClockTuesday 29 April 2008, 12:45-14:00

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