University of Washington Exploration Seminar Program '10

During the summer of 2010, students from the University of Washington (School of Information) will be visiting the Netherlands on their Exploration Seminar Program. Part of this program will be a series of lectures hosted by Erasmus Studio on various topics.

Tuesday 24 August 2010

1. eResearch: Scope and Implications

Prof. Dr. Paul Wouters
(VKS KNAW)

Thursday 26 August 2010

2. Tour of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision

Roeland Ordelman
(NiSV)

Tuesday 31 August 2010

3. Different Uses of Bibliographic Databases

Dr. Andrea Scharnhorst
(VKS KNAW)

Thursday 2 September 2010

4.Text mining for cultural heritage

Dr. Marieke van Erp
(VU Amsterdam)

Tuesday 7 September 2010

5.The Surplus Value of Semantic Annotations

Dr. Maarten Marx
(UvA)
Reinder van der Heide
(Tweede Kamer)

Thursday 9 September 2010

6. Visual Interfaces to Knowledge

Dr. Andrea Scharnhorst
(VKS KNAW)

Tuesday 14 September 2010

7.  Access to content: the after sales of conducting oral history

Dr. Stef Scagliola
(Veteraneninstituut)

Thursday 16 September 2010

8. An introduction to digital and computational humanities

Karina van Dalen-Oskam (Huygens Institute)

Click on lecture titles or speaker names to receive additional information.

This year some of the students maintained a blog of their visit, it can be found here.

An interesting view on the experiences and lessons learned by the visiting students during previous visits can be found in an article by Lark Bridsong ('The Innovative Dutch: Libraries, Universities, and Research Institutes in the Netherlands').