Workshop: After the crowds disperse: crowdsourced data rediscovered and researched

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Type: 
Workshop
Date: 
October 30, 2020
Subject Fields: 
Digital Humanities

Dear all,

Express your interest to join us at a Towards a National Collection foundation projects online workshop exploring the crowdsourced data cycle in cultural heritage organisations hosted by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

What: After the crowds disperse: crowdsourced data rediscovered and researched

Where: Zoom hosted by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

When: Tuesday 1st December 2020 13:30 – 16:00 UTC

This participatory workshop is part of the AHRC-funded Engaging Crowds project, which sits within the AHRC programme: Towards a National Collection: Opening UK Heritage to the World. It is organised by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, in collaboration with The National Archives, Royal Museums Greenwich and Zooniverse at the University of Oxford.

A blog post with more information about the workshop can be found here: https://stories.rbge.org.uk/archives/34186

Express your interest

If you are interested in participating, please send a short summary (not more than 200 words) of your professional or research interests, expertise, and motivation for attending the workshop to digitisation@rbge.org.uk, with ‘After the crowds disperse’ in the subject line.

The deadline for Expressions of Interest has been extended to 30th October 17:00 UTC.

Participants will be selected depending on professional or research background and interests to create a balanced interdisciplinary workshop and will be contacted by 17:00 UTC on Monday 2nd  November.

Spaces are free but they are limited. 

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