Digital Resources in the Humanities (DRH) 2002
University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
8 - 11 September 2002
The programme for DRH 2002 is now available!
With speakers from Canada, Spain, Austria, Norway, Germany, the US and the UK, covering topics such as 'Value Added Video', 'Mapping the Cultural Heritage of Tibet', and 'The best musick in the world', DRH 2002 promises to be a lively and cosmopolitan event.
DRH is the major forum for all those involved in, and affected by, the digitization of our cultural heritage. This year's academic papers will focus on some of the very latest developments in digitization, providing an opportunity to find out about a wide variety of digitization projects, accessibility and metadata issues, pedagogical applications, XML techniques, and more.
Keynote speakers include Sarah Tyacke, Keeper of Public Records at the UK Public Record Office, Bernard Smith of the European Commission and Ted Nelson who founded the original hypertext project in the 1960s and is now Visiting Professor of Environmental Information at Keio University, Japan.
The conference will also include panel discussions, poster presentations and an exhibition of products and services. DRH is known for its friendly atmosphere, and an enjoyable range of social activities will also be provided.
The conference fee of £245 includes full conference attendance and all social activities. Student rates and daily registration also available. Note that the closing date for registration is 16 August.
For further information and the online booking form visit our website.
Edinburgh University Library
Edinburgh EH8 9LD
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