The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has received a grant for $750,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support BitCurator NLP, a project that will develop software and protocols for the application of natural language processing (NLP) methods to born-digital library, archives and museum (LAM) collections. See the full press release on … >>
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Thanks to everyone who attended and/or participated in CurateGear and the BitCurator Users Forum! CurateGear 2016 was an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. Participants saw demonstrations, heard about the latest developments, and discussed application in professional contexts. The event was sponsored by the School of Information and Library Science at … >>
We are pleased to announce the preliminary program is now available for the BitCurator Users Forum 2016. The Forum takes place the day after CurateGear 2016. Join BitCurator users from around the globe as we discuss how we are using the BitCurator software environment. Hosted by the BitCurator Consortium (BCC), this event will be grounded … >>