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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Book at Lunchtime: Arcadia A Book at Lunchtime discussion of Iain Pears' interactive novel Arcadia Elleke Boehmer, Alex Butterworth, Emily Short, Iain Pears 07 Mar 2016
2 Knowledge Machines How have digital technologies changed research practices in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities? Eric Meyer, Lucie Burgess, Kathryn Eccles, James Smithies 05 Feb 2016
3 Tom Chatfield on Humans and Machines in the Digital Age Tom Chatfield talks as part of the "What does it mean to be human in the digital age?" event Tom Chatfield 26 Jan 2016
4 Chris Fletcher on Libraries in the Digital Age Chris Fletcher talks as part of the "What does it mean to be human in the digital age?" event Chris Fletcher 26 Jan 2016
5 Emma Smith on Forgetting in the Digital Age Emma Smith talks as part of the "What does it mean to be human in the digital age?" event Emma Smith 26 Jan 2016
6 What Does it Mean to be Human in the Digital Age? A librarian, literary scholar, museum director and digital commentator explore how the digital age has shaped, and will continue to shape, the human experience and the humanities Lynne Brindley, Tom Chatfield, Chris Fletcher, Diane Lees 22 Jan 2016
7 Creative Commons Uneasy Dreams: the Becoming of Digital Scholarship James Loxley, University of Edinburgh, gives the final keynote in the DHOXSS 2015. James Loxley 10 Aug 2015
8 The Online Corpus of Inscriptions from Ancient North Arabia Daniel Burt, Khalili Research Centre, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the DHOXSS 2015. Daniel Burt 10 Aug 2015
9 If a Picture is Worth 1000 Words, What's a Medium Quality Scan Worth? David Zeitlyn, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the DHOXSS 2015. David Zeitlyn 10 Aug 2015
10 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
11 Creative Commons Let Your Projects Shine: Lightweight Usability Testing for Digital Humanities Projects Mia Ridge, Digital Humanities, Open University, gives a talk for the DHOXSS 2015. Mia Ridge 10 Aug 2015
12 Creative Commons Networking⁴: Reassembling the Republic of Letters, 1500-1800 Howard Hotson, Faculty of History, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the DHOXSS 2015. Howard Hotson 10 Aug 2015
13 Creative Commons Mapping Digital Pathways to Enhance Visitor Experience Jessica Suess, University of Oxford Museums and Anjanesh Babu, Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, give a talk for the DHOXSS 2015. Jessica Suess, Anjanesh Babu 10 Aug 2015
14 Creative Commons Digital Image Corruption - Where It Comes From and How to Detect It Chris Powell, Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the 2015 DHOXSS. Chris Powell 10 Aug 2015
15 Creative Commons Digital Transformations Panel discussion for th DHOXSS 2015. David De Roure, Lucie Burgess, Tim Crawford, Jane Winters 10 Aug 2015
16 Creative Commons How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Digital Jane Winters, Institute of Historical Research, University of London, gives the opening keynote talk for the 2015 DHOXSS. Jane Winters 10 Aug 2015
17 Interview with Michael Docherty We catch up with Cancer Research UK's Director of Digital on fundraising in the digital age. Michael Docherty 03 Aug 2015
18 Fundraising through Digital Michael Docherty (Cancer Research UK) on how clicktivists, slacktivists and hacktivists are helping us beat cancer sooner. Michael Docherty 03 Aug 2015
19 Creative Commons Open Data in the Humanities Jacob Dahl, Associate Professor of Assyriology at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, talks about his research with cuneiform tablets and his hopes for the future of Open Data in the Humanities. Jacob Dahl 15 Jul 2015
20 Creative Commons Open Data: The Golden Age of Discovery This documentary follows the experiences of a number of academics and researchers at Oxford as they discuss the implications of Open Data for their research, for academia and for humanity. Chris Lintott, Ben Goldacre 15 Jul 2015
21 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
22 Electrifying the 'Via Lucis': communication technologies and republics of letters, past, present and future A talk given by Howard Hotson, University of Oxford, at DHOxSS 2014. Howard Hotson 23 Jul 2014
23 If a picture is worth 1000 words what's a medium quality scan worth? This presentation from DHOxSS 2014 is based on the practical experience of archiving 46 thousand (plus) images taken by a Cameroonian studio photographer over a 30 years period as part of the British Library ‘Endangered Archive Programme' (EAP). David Zeitlyn 23 Jul 2014
24 Community, Community of Practice, and the Methodological Commons This talk considers notions of community, community of practice, and the methodological commons as it applies to the digital humanities. A keynote by Ray Siemens, University of Victoria from DHOxSS 2014. Ray Siemens 23 Jul 2014
25 Creative Commons Bibliography in Bits Adam Smyth talks to Professor Will Noel about the potentials of digital technology for the study of manuscripts. Will Noel, Adam Smyth 23 Feb 2014
26 Creative Commons The Role of Digital Humanities in a Major Natural Disaster Paul Millar, CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquakes Digital Archive project leader, discusses the role of digital humanities in developing an international resource to preserve the digital record of the earthquakes' impacts and the long-term process of recovery. Paul Millar 19 Jun 2012
27 Beyond Two Cultures: Digital Humanities Professor John Coleman gives a talk for the Oxford Humanities Research Showcase conference held on 11th July 2011. John Coleman 24 Aug 2011