Digital Scholarship blog: winners of Digital Humanities Award

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The British Library’s Digital Scholarship team pick up ‘Best Blog’ award

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Digital Humanities Awards are a set of annual awards where the public is able to nominate resources for the recognition of talent and expertise in the digital humanities community.

The awards are intended as an awareness-raising activity to help put interesting Digital Humanities resources in the spotlight and engage Digital Humanities users (and the general public) in the work of the community.

We’re delighted that the Library’s Digital Scholarship team has won the ‘Best interesting Digital Humanities Blog Post or Series of Posts’. Take a look at their blog to follow their work and track their exciting developments at the intersection of libraries, scholarship and technology.


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