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Skene, Societies and Swedish Serendipity TAGS: | | | | | | | | | | | How often do you walk past a 1000 year old rune stone?  The answer is every day, if you work or study near the Main Library! Earlier this year I …Continue reading →

Looking Ahead – Our 2024 Project Preview TAGS: | | | | | | | | | | | | I began working with the Cultural Heritage Digitisation Services team last November, as a Digitisation Operator. Before joining the team, I was digitising plant specimens in the Herbarium of the …Continue reading →

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Introducing a 3D Digitisation Service: Feasible or Fantasy? TAGS: | | | | | For the past eleven weeks I’ve had the opportunity to intern with the Digital Imaging Unit, working on a project to evaluate the potential of establishing a 3D digitisation service within the department. “3D digitisation” in …Continue reading →

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Default utility Image Archival Provenance Project: Emily’s finds               My name is Emily, and I’m the second of the two archive interns that...
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Sustainable Exhibition Making: Recyclable Book Cradles In this post, our Technician, Robyn Rogers, discusses the recyclable book cradles she has developed...
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