Ingrid Mason on cultural data and digital humanities researchPosted: August 26, 2014
Last week Information Services hosted a talk by Ingrid Mason of the Australian National Data Service on Cultural Data and Digital Humanities Research.
Ingrid’s talk covered a range of topics, including international and Australian trends, upcoming events in Australia, and different models for university library support for digital humanities research.
The session was attended by around thirty people, including academic staff, PhD students and librarians from Griffith University, as well as external participants from the State Library, Queensland State Archives and industry. A lively discussion continued over morning tea.
If missed the talk or would like to know more, slides from the session are available to view here.