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The research long tail

Conferences / eResearch / GLAMs

Nov 15, 2017

The research long tail

At the eResearch Conference last month, the AARNet team partnered up with eResearch colleagues to talk about work supporting the needs of researchers in the humanities, arts and social science (HASS) and galleries, libraries, archives and museums’ collection management...

Unlocking access to big cultural data for research

eResearch / GLAMs / Videos

Mar 10, 2016

Unlocking access to big cultural data for research

“There’s an increasing demand for access to cultural data in our collecting institutions here in Australia and galleries, libraries, archives and museums have been digitising material that researchers are interested in using. We are however hitting the limits of...

Digital transformation: now is an exciting time for museums

Conferences / GLAMs

Oct 20, 2015

Digital transformation: now is an exciting time for museums

The digital age is ushering in a renaissance, particularly for GLAMs (galleries, libraries, archives and museums),  where traditional concepts surrounding engagement with information are being reimagined. From the 5- 8 October, leaders from the Museum sector gathered in Melbourne for the first...

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