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1 Saving the media. Capitalism, crowdfunding, and democracy Julia Cage, assistant professor of economics, Sciences Po Paris, Department of Economics, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Julia Cage 01 Jun 2016
2 Creative Commons Crowdsourced Text Transcription Victoria Van Hyning, Zooniverse, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the DHOXSS 2015. Victoria Van Hyning 10 Aug 2015
3 Creative Commons Emma Goodwin on 'Crowdscribing' Emma Goodwin is the Principal Investigator of the AHRC-funded Collaborative Skills Project, ‘Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagement in the Digital Humanities’ (dhAHRC). Emma Goodwin 09 Jul 2015
4 Creative Commons Science with a crowd: The Zooniverse from Galaxy Zoo to LSST Physics Colloquium 30th January 2015 delivered by Chris Lintott Chris Lintott 16 Mar 2015
5 Creative Commons Crowdsourcing- The Oxford Community Collection Model The Oxford Community Collection Model brings together online crowdsourcing with personal, face-to-face interaction. It has been used successfully in a range of ways from collating Anglo-Saxon teaching resources to memories of WW1. Ylva Berglund Prytz 13 Mar 2015
6 Crowdsourcing and community groups Alison Roberts, Ashmolean museum, gives a talk on how the museums are crowdsourcing ideas from community groups to improve collections and exhibitions Alison Roberts 21 Oct 2014
7 Creative Commons RunCoCo: how to run a community collection online Find out about “the Oxford Community Collection Model” used for successful crowdsourcing since 2007. The RunCoCo service at the University of Oxford University shows how you can run a community collection online and engage with your community. Patrick Penzo, Alun Edwards, Ylva Berglund Prytz, Stuart Lee 13 Oct 2014
8 Creative Commons What is a Roadshow? Find out about roadshows - face-to-face engagement – part of “the Oxford Community Collection Model” used for successful crowdsourcing, e.g. Europeana 1914-1918. RunCoCo shows how you can run a community collection online and engage with your community. Patrick Penzo, Alun Edwards, Ylva Bergland Prytz 13 Oct 2014
9 Creative Commons How to digitise objects well Short and snappy guidelines to creating a good picture for online viewing. Patrick Penzo 18 Aug 2014
10 Creative Commons How to set up your camera for digitisation Short and snappy guidelines to setting up for digitisation of objects. Patrick Penzo 18 Aug 2014
11 Creative Commons How to track items at a Roadshow (Digitisation) Part 4 of the "How To" series explaining how to keep track of objects and their stories. Patrick Penzo, Adelina Tomova 18 Aug 2014
12 Creative Commons How to track items at a Roadshow (Digitisation desk to Digitisation) Part 3 of the "How To" series explaining how to keep track of objects and their stories. Adelina Tomova, Patrick Penzo 18 Aug 2014
13 Creative Commons How to track items at a Roadshow (Interview to Digitisation desk) Part 2 of the "How To" series explaining how to keep track of objects and their stories. Frances Dunkley, Alun Edwards, Adelina Tomova, Rebecca Henderson 18 Aug 2014
14 Creative Commons How to track items at a Roadshow (Interview stage) Part 1 of the "How To" series explaining how to keep track of objects and their stories. Alun Edwards, Frances Dunkley, Rebecca Henderson 18 Aug 2014
15 Creative Commons The Bodleian First Folio: A Story of Digital Engagement This talk presents an overview of the 2012 campaign that took up the story of the Bodleian First Folio (a copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio), the collaboration that made it possible, its outreach activity, and its future. Pip Wilcox 01 Apr 2014
16 Creative Commons Crowdsourcing Community Collections: The Oxford Community Collection Model In this presentation Kate Lindsay introduces the Oxford Community Collection Model, part of the Community Collections and Crowdsourcing Service based at the University of Oxford. Kate Lindsay 01 Apr 2014
17 Creative Commons Digital Humanities Research Support and Training in Oxford James surveys the kinds of support provided for digital humanities by the University of Oxford for those inside and outside the University. James Cummings 01 Apr 2014
18 Creative Commons Crowdsourcing in the Arts and Interdisciplinarity Kathryn Eccles talks about her research around the virtual art collection Your Paintings, and talk about what interdisciplinary insights can be gleaned from crowdsourcing platforms such as Your Paintings Tagger. Kathryn Eccles 01 Apr 2014
19 Creative Commons Poetry Visualisation on the Web Alfie presents an example of how existing web tools can be used to create a visualization application for poetry. Alfie Abdul-Rahman 01 Apr 2014
20 Creative Commons Launch of Crowd Map The Crusades Pat presents Crowd Map The Crusades, a proof-of-concept transcription and mapping project, which is affiliated with the ‘Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagment in the Digital Humanities’ (dhAHRC) project and hosted at www.dhcrowdscribe.com. Patrick Lockley 01 Apr 2014
21 Creative Commons Introduction to dhAHRC and Launch of Crowd Map The Crusades Emma introduces the series and Crowd Map The Crusades, a proof-of-concept transcription and mapping project, which is affiliated with the ‘Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagment in the Digital Humanities’ (dhAHRC) and hosted at www.dhcrowdscribe.com. Emma Goodwin 01 Apr 2014
22 Creative Commons 09.The Zooniverse: crowdsourcing research with the public. Cultural Connections talk by Robert Simpson, Oxford University. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Robert Simpson 07 Aug 2013
23 Creative Commons Beyond 2011 - The Sequel Debate and discussion about academic crowdsourcing and community content in the UK and beyond, with highlights and interesting ideas from the day. Alastair Dunning, Stuart Lee, Chris Batt 27 May 2011
24 Creative Commons Beyond 2011 - A Nursery Rhyme Melissa Highton (Oxford University Computing Services) examines how Oxford's crowdsourced and community collections of open educational resources are supported and embedded in practice for sustainability. Melissa Highton 26 May 2011
25 Beyond 2011 - A Saga of Creativity Gail Durbin (Victoria and Albert Museum) examines how a nationally focused museum can use its web presence to foster the interest and expertise of users, as well as sharing its own authoritative information? Gail Durbin 26 May 2011
26 Creative Commons Beyond 2011 - A Cautionary Tale Arfon Smith (University of Oxford) presents the experience of the Zooniverse team with their citizen science and crowdsourcing efforts and the changing role of the citizen scientist. Arfon Smith 26 May 2011
27 Creative Commons Beyond 2011 - A Road Movie Alun Edwards and Stuart Lee (Oxford University Computing Services) present their experiences of running public participation days in Germany to gather everyday objects from World War I. Alun Edwards, Stuart Lee 26 May 2011
28 Creative Commons Beyond 2011 - Choose Your Own Adventure 'Time Travels' from the creator of How To Be A Retronaut and inventor of the Retroscope, and a leader of Museumpreneurs. Chris Wild 26 May 2011
29 Beyond 2011 - Character Journey The story of the super-transcribers involved in the project to understand the thousands of manuscripts of Jeremy Bentham. Valerie Wallace, Tim Causer 26 May 2011
30 Creative Commons Beyond 2011 - "...apart from that he was completely naked" and other stories of the amazing everyday in the community Chris Morgan 'Mog' (University of Glamorgan, GEECS) presents on the Communities 2.0 digital inclusion project and the collection of digital stories that community members make. Chris Morgan 26 May 2011
31 Creative Commons Beyond 2011 - Keynote: Tales of Big Society Beyond 2011 Keynote presentation from Robert Ashton, author of The Barefoot Entrepreneur. Robert Ashton 26 May 2011
32 Creative Commons Beyond 2011 - Introduction: Once Upon a Time... Melissa Highton, Head of the Learning Technologies group at Oxford University Computing Services opens the conference. She referred to the themes of earlier Beyond conferences, and introduced today's theme "Beyond Collections". Melissa Highton 26 May 2011