The MicroPasts end of first phase funding conference will be held at the Royal Geographical Society on the 31st March 2015. We look forward to welcoming you and tickets can be purchased online or via contacting us directly. The conference programme has now been finalised and features some very interesting speakers as shown below. Lunch… Continue reading Crowd-sourcing and Crowd-funding our Human Past
The project has just been represented at the Digital Humanities 2014 conference in Lausanne, Switzerland.
A GitHub embedded model of a Palstave:
Since late 2013, the MicroPasts team has been preparing the British Museum‘s (BM) Bronze Age Index to be the first offering on our crowd-sourcing platform. This corpus consists of around 30,000 (roughly A4 sized) cards (holding information going back to as early as 1913). The majority of these are double sided and generally have text on… Continue reading Preparing the British Museum Bronze Age index for transcription
The MicroPasts team presented this morning on the progress of the project so far, as part of a British Museum staff breakfast presentation. The presentation (without script) is shown below as an embedded pdf from Google Drive. It starts with detailing some new work on the Portable Antiquities Scheme site (visualisations by Tracemedia and mapping… Continue reading British Museum presentation