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Simple Event Model for the Analysis of Wolter Baron van Hoevell’s travels in 1847

Frank Gieze published an exploration of the Simple Event Model (SEM), based on his master thesis, in his analysis of the 1847 travel account by Wolter Baron van Hoevell and his journeys to Java, Madura and Bali (published between 1849-154, in Dutch). Source:

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Understanding Events in Cultural Heritage @Sound&Vision Blog

Kelly Mostert, published an interesting blog post “UNDERSTANDING EVENTS IN CULTURAL HERITAGE“ at the Sound & Vision Research & Development blog on the presentation of Lora Aroyo ‘CrowdTruth for Digital Hermeneutics’ at the eHumanities Research Group meeting held at the Meertens Institute (May 8,

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Agora presentation Nodem2013

Here is the powerpoint of the presentation on Agora that Chiel gave at Nodem2013. Source:

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PATCH’2014: The Future of Experiencing Cultural Heritage

14 Dec: Submit your paper @PATCH_Workshop The Future of Experiencing Cultural Heritage #IUI2014 conference http://t.co/Zr5Aj8d1cT — Lora Aroyo (@laroyo) December 3, 2013 Source:

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Agora at NODEM 2013

Chiel will presenting the Agora-project at NODEM 2013 in Stockholm. Given the conference schedule, NODEM 2013 promises to be an exciting event! The abstract of the talk “The Online Museum and Its Contribution to e-Humanities” reads thus: Museums and other cultural

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Agora & User Committee @Sound & Vision

Agora User Committee Meeting 2013 Source:

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Slides Webscience

The slides of our presentation “From Information Delivery to Interpretation Support: Evaluating Cultural Heritage Access on the Web” at Websci13 can be found here. Source:

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Agora @Web Science 2013: Presentation Slides

Here you can see the slides of our presentation “From Information Delivery to Interpretation Support: Evaluating Cultural Heritage Access on the Web” at WebSci13. From Information Delivery to Information Support Source:

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Agora at Web Science

Agora will be presenting at Webscience13 with the paper “From Information Delivery to Interpretation Support: Evaluating Cultural Heritage Access on the Web”. A first draft of the program is now available. Source:

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International Conference Tangible Pasts? Questioning Heritage Education

Susan and Chiel will be presenting at the International Conference Tangible Pasts? Questioning Heritage Education in Rotterdam, June 6-7, 2013. The program and the abstracts of the papers can be found here. Source:

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