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

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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:

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, 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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