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Dh seminar and some thoughts!

Dh seminar and some thoughts!

A DH seminar was completed yesterday with the visit at the Knutdzon room of the Gunnerus library which is part of the collection received as a gift in 1869 by Broder Lysholm Knutdzon. We would like to thank all scholars that participated from Norway and abroad and say that the purpose was to create a […]

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Updated programme for DH seminar

Updated programme for DH seminar

     “Introducing Research Practices and Tools for Digital Humanities” 1st and 2nd of November 2018 organized by NTNU University Library at Trondheim,  Division of Culture and Science. at Sumhuset Kalvskinnet Campus Hands on workshops for students and researchers Detailed Program here  Speakers’ bios Practical information here NO-REGISTRATION FEE Venues: Suhmhuset, Gunnerus library, at Kalvskinnet Campus […]

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DH seminar 1st November: Our keynote speaker from Dariah EU

DH seminar 1st November: Our keynote speaker from Dariah EU

Costis Dallas, Associate Professor and Director of the Collaborative, Programs, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto and Digital Curation Unit, Athena RC. Associate Professor at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information, and since January 2016 Director of Collaborative Programs in the Faculty. For the last three years (July 2012 to June 2015) Director of its Museum […]

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Publishing and managing your research data:- with Annika Rockenberger from National Library of Oslo

Publishing and managing your research data:- with Annika Rockenberger from National Library of Oslo

1.11.2018 Hands-on session The workshop is part of the 2day digital humanities seminar at the NTNU University Library and Gunnerus Library in Trondheim on November 1–2. The event is aimed at graduate students and research staff, both from the university and the libraries and focuses on research practices and tools for digital humanities. The morning of day 1 will […]

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Hands-on workshops for researchers and students!

Hands-on workshops for researchers and students!

1st and 2nd of November 2018 Introducing Research Practices and Tools for Digital Humanities. Is technology going fast for you, would you like to be able to use a tool and visualise your research or manage your meta-data? Join us NTNU UB extends an invitation to scholars to join us in a Hands-on workshop 1.11.2018 […]

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“Introducing Research Practices and Tools for Digital Humanities”. seminar and Hands on workshops

“Introducing Research Practices and Tools for Digital Humanities”. seminar and Hands on workshops

The NTNU University library, Gunnerus branch extends an invitation to a Digital Humanities seminar at Kalvskinnet campus Trondheim, Norway 1st and 2nd of November 2018 A unique possibility to meet Digital Humanities Scholars from renowned Universities with years experience in DH research. Choose a workshop by registering here “Introducing Research Practices and Tools for Digital […]

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Archives and libraries brought into the 21st century through interdisciplinary teamwork.

Archives and libraries brought into the 21st century through interdisciplinary teamwork.

The value of working in interdisciplinary teams and projects was the main theme of theITS21 Conference in Trondheim organized by NTNU 20-21 of June 2018. The NTNU University Library, (the Gunnerus branch) participated in one of the sessions focusing on how to develop the needed skills for interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation with a paper entitled : […]

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Challenges and reflections!

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Challenges and reflections!

  ACDH Lecture 2.3:   this lecture was presented for the Vienna Academy  24. October 2016 – 17:00 How is the use of Virtual Reality technology challenging the museum-library sector? The case of the University Museum and Library of Trondheim, Norway. Museums and libraries were created as repositories of memory, initially as rarity-cabinets and archives […]

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