ACH/ALLC 2005

July 1st, 2005 by Ross Scaife

Lots of impressive work on display and under discussion at the recent ACH/ALLC in Victoria, as always. Three sessions that particularly caught my attention were

1) VMLA: a system created by Brian Fuchs and others on top of the Digital Lightbox developed some years back here at UK. VLMA lets you browse, compare, and export structured data from online digital archives. For more start with the conference abstract.

2) Diary of Robert Graves 1935-39 and ancillary material: implementation of eXist to publish and allow complex searches of these TEI-encoded diaries. (conference abstract)

3) TAPoR: this “extensible, network-based research environment” has all sorts of flexibility and potential. (conference abstract)

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