Monthly Archives: July 2012

Interview in Museum Identity magazine on open linked data and digital audiences

I was interviewed for Museum ID magazine as part of a series of interviews with the ‘alternative museum establishment’.  The online version is accessible at Interview: Mia Ridge – open linked data and digital audiences.

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Paper: ‘On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a historian: exploring resistance to crowdsourced resources among historians’ at DH2012

I presented a short paper ‘On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a historian: exploring resistance to crowdsourced resources among historians’  (abstract, video) at Digital Humanities 2012 in Hamburg, Germany. I’ve posted a version of my research as it was at … Continue reading

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Second NeDiMAH workshop on Space and Time in the Digital Humanities: “Here and There, Then and Now – Modelling Space and Time in the Humanities”

While in Hamburg for Digital Humanities 2012, I chaired a session on ‘Methods’ and subsequently co-authored a report, “Here and There, Then and Now – Modelling Space and Time in the Humanities” (PDF) for the European Science Foundation (with Leif … Continue reading

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Links and slides for ‘Learning to play like a programmer: Web mash-ups and scripting for beginners’

Workshop abstract: Learning to play like a programmer: web mash-ups and scripting for beginners. Slides (pdf): Play Like A Programmer workshop DH2012 Links for the Digital Humanities pre-conference workshop ‘Learning to play like a programmer: Web mash-ups and scripting for … Continue reading

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Workshop: Learning to play like a programmer: web mash-ups and scripting for beginners

Half day tutorial for the pre-conference workshops for Digital Humanities 2012: Learning to play like a programmer: web mash-ups and scripting for beginners. Abstract: Have you ever wanted to be able to express your ideas for digital humanities data-based projects … Continue reading

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Review: QRator at the Grant Museum of Zoology

I was invited to review the QRator project at UCL’s Grant Museum of Zoology for the Journal of Digital Humanities Vol. 1, No. 2 Spring 2012: QRator at the Grant Museum of Zoology.

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