29 Feb 2016
17:30 - 19:30
Arthur Burns will be speaking at this History Lab event
This second session will look at digital resources. We will have panellists speaking about their experiences of working on digitisation projects and the challenges they faced, as well as discussing the wider issues of access, curatorship and the different ways we engage with digital materials.
The panel will include Professor Melissa Terras, Director of UCL Centre for Digital Humanities; Professor Arthur Burns, Professor of Modern British History at Kings College London and Director of the pioneering The Clergy of the Church of England Database, 1540-1835; and, a member of the British Library’s Digital Scholarship Team.