By Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller, Institute Fellow and Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Oxford.
The first week in February 2016 was a busy one for me. The previous week had been centred around the inspirational Going Digital with Humanities Research at the University of Manchester. Now it was time to arrange the diary and head off to the Natural History Museum in London for the Software Sustainability Institute's Fellows inaugural meeting. Excellent, I love this venue, I almost - almost - became a paleontologist just because of the sauropod that dominates the main hall.
For the meeting we were tasked with coming along with a short presentation on what we had planned for the Fellowship. I pitched Digital Humanities Oxford Summer School, and in particular the Linked Data for Digital Humanities workshop.
The registration isn’t open yet, but those curious to have a bit of a taster might want to check out last year’s timetable. After my presentation, I received feedback from the other members of institute and the other fellows and it was invaluable. This…Continue Reading