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CERCH SEMINAR SERIES LECTURE: The Judaica Europeana Haskala (Jewish Enlightenment) database

This seminar will give an overview of Semantic MediaWiki, with a special focus on the Judaica Europeana Haskala database of the Jewish Englightenment literature (followed by drinks)


By Yaron Koren, with an introduction by Lena Stanley Clamp, Director, European Association for Jewish Culture

This seminar will give an overview of Semantic MediaWiki, with a special focus on the Judaica Europeana Haskala database of the Jewish Enlightenment literature, which is currently being converted into an SMW system. While the focus of the lecture will be on Semantic MediaWiki, the lecture will be of relevant to broad aspects of e-Research. The British Library is a partner in the Judaica Europeana project to assist with technical advice and dissemination.

There will also be a short introduction to the EU-funded EHRI project by Tobias Blanke.


Speaker(s):

Mr Yaron Koren | talks
Lena Stanley Clamp | talks
Tobias Blanke | talks

 

Date and Time:

26 September 2011 at 6:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

Anatomy Theatre & Museum
King's College London
London
WC2R 2LS
02078481973
http://atm.kcl.ac.uk/
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Organised by:

Communications, King's College London
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