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How smartphones are changing storytelling: Alastair Horne, PhD student.
Computing for Cultural Heritage Student Projects
A selection of student projects undertaken as part of a one-year part-time postgraduate Certificate (PGCert), Computing...
David Normal and Burning Man
Artist David Normal used British Library images as source material for his arresting artworks.
Digital Scholarship Training Programme Transformat...
Learn about Graham Jevon's journey through the Digital Scholarship Training Programme and catch up on where he is now.
Using our online collection: Eleanor Stuart: Illustrator
Exploring the role of virus checking in long-term collection management and digital preservation.
Imaging Services North and Corporate Digitisation...
We have been at the forefront of digitisation and digital preservation projects for over two decades.
Exploring how digital technologies help us to understand music manuscripts.
Justin Clegg, Special Collections Reference Manage...
We help people find and use material held in some of the most unusual and hard to search parts of our collection – answe...
Exploring the challenges and opportunities of collecting interactive web-based works.
Mia Ridge, Digital Curator, Digital Research Team...
Mia's team ensures the Library is equipped for scholars’ digital needs.
Oluwaseun is a Chevening Fellow working at the British Library on a project tagged ‘Big Data and Libraries’. The project...
Library experts helped Peter develop a new digital research tool
Political Meetings Mapper
Where did the Chartists hold their meetings? Dr Katrina Navickas used digitised 19th-century newspapers to find out.
Ruth uses the digitised newspaper collection to explore attitudes towards immigration in nineteenth century Britain.
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