The READ project was launched in January 2016 at the ‘Technology meets Scholarship’ conference at the Hessian State Archives in Marburg (Germany). This conference was organised by the co:op (community as opportunity – the creative archives’ and users’ network) project. Slides and presentations from the
University College London presented at a conference at the Archives Nationales in Paris on 16 March 2016. Researchers from France, the UK and Ireland came together to share ideas on using crowdsourcing for collaborative transcription and digital scholarly editing. Louise
An introduction to the READ project, as well as to one of the core technologies behind it, will be given by Welf Wustlich and Günter Mühlberger at the German Libraries Day in Leipzig. The talks will take place at the
Many users have requested a German user guide for Transkribus. And now it is here! Thanks to Barbara Denicolo, the Transkribus wiki sites have been translated into German. Find the German user guide here: http://transkribus.eu/wikiDe/.
In January 2016, more than 150 people gathered at the Hessian State Archives in Marburg (Germany) for the ‘Technology meets Scholarship’ conference. Organised by the co:op (community as opportunity – the creative archives’ and users’ network) project, this conference was
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